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🇨🇲UDG Tenerife and Raissa Feudjio renew bond

Raissa Feudjou will stay at the Spanish club till 2023

Cameroonian Midfielder Raissa Feudjio Tchuanyo , has penned a contract extension with spanish Primera División (women) side UD Granadilla Tenerife, that will keep her at the club till 2023.

Feudjio joined Tenerife in 2018 from Finnish outfit Åland United, but missed most of the 2019_2020 campaign, due to a severe knee injury.

The Cameroonian Midfielder has played five games this season for UDG Tenerife Egatesa, and has convinced the technical staff under the leadership of Francis Diaz, to keep faith in her.

“I am very happy to be part of this great team. Since I arrived in 2018 I have felt very supported, I thank all the employees, directors and colleagues for their help in adapting to the Island. I am happy here and I wish to succeed with the warriors, ”Feudjio told the club’s official website.

25_year_old Raissa Feudjio was recently called up by Indomitable lionesses head coach, Alain Djeumfa, to prepare for the Tokyo Olympic play-off game against Chile, next April.

UDG Tenerife keeping trust in its African duo of Feudjou and Ange Koko

Apart from Feudjio, UDG Tenerife has also tie down experience Ivorian Forward, Ange Koko, till 2023. The 30_year_old has been an indisputable piece in Francis Diaz’s team, bringing lots of experience to the team.

“When the club offered me to renew I did not think about it, I accepted without hesitation because I like this project, which does not stop growing and I like life on the island. The people are very friendly and support us a lot, I hope we can celebrate more successes ”Koko said after her renewal.


Afeseh Apong

Afeseh Apong is a graduate of the Advanced School of Mass Communication, ASMAC, and is currently Team press officer of PWD Bamenda

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