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CAFCL: PWD to know their opponents on Monday

Afeseh Apong,

Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com


Cameroon league one champions, PWD Social football Club of Bamenda, will know their opponents for the CAF champions league preliminary round, on Monday 09 November 2020.

This comes after the Confederation of African football, CAF announced that the Draw for the 2020_2021 CAF champions league and Confederation cup preliminary and first round, is scheduled for Monday 9 November 2020 in Cairo, Egypt at 10:00GMT.

According to CAF, the closed draw of the preliminary rounds will take place by Visioconference, in front of the CAF organizing committee members.

PWD Social football Club of Bamenda will be making their maiden appearance in the CAF champions league. The team returns to continental football for the first time after 14 years, since they last featured in the CAF Confederation cup in 2004.

That year, the Abakwa Boys overpowered TP Mazembe in the first round but exited in the second round losing 5-2 on aggregate, to AS Douanes of senegal.

Coach David Pagou and his boys will be going full swing into the competition, as they target getting into the group stage of the competition.

Another Cameroonian club, cotonsport of Garoua, will also know their opponents for the preliminary round of the CAF Confederation cup, come Monday.

PWD emerged winners of the 201_2020 Cameroon Elite one championship, when the league was declared ended by the Cameroon FA, in May 2020. The Abakwa Boys had 47 points, just one point ahead of cotonsport of Garoua.

The preliminary round is expected to begin in the weekend of November 20 to 22, 2020.

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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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