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Cameroon: Ottou Andre Herve joins league one side, APEJES of Mfou on a 2 year deal

CAMEROON PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE TRANSFER NEWS

DONE DEAL:

2016 cup of Cameroon champions,APEJES of Mfou have landed her second major signing of the close season after the club reached an agreement with Racing of Bafoussam to bring back right back OTTOU ANDRE HERVE to Yaounde.
All parties reached an agreement on Saturday and Apejes officials confirmed the deal yesterday.

The 29 year old Andre signed a 1 year deal APEJES to compete with current Right back Ngando Eheck who is as versatile as Andre.

Herve is a perfect description of experience given that he has been around for a while. He stareted his career at Lion Ngomma. After 2 years at Lion Ngomma he joined Astres of Douala.At Astres of he spent half a season and sustained a potential career ending injury that kept him out for 18 months.The fighter with strong mindset didn’t quit football though.

He recovered and spent 2 seasons at Renaissance of Ngoumou before joining Apejes in 2015.He spent a year at the club and left for Bafoussam where he was until Racing got relegated last season.He returns to Apejes thanks to the efforts of the club president Leon Aime Nzang.

Ottou will be hoping to guide the New boys promoted to the first team by the club this close season and give his best to help Coach Oumarou Sogba achieve the club’s ambitions this season.

MEN elite one top scorer last term Francis Maximilan Ebembe Elimbi (Elim-BUT) joined the club in December.The team resume pre season training on Monday, 08/01/2018 without Elim-BUT who is currently in Morocco with the intermediate Lions of Cameroon.

More transfer news related to Feutcheu FC,Unisport of Bafang,Stade Renard of Melong and Cotonsport of Garoua within the next 24 hours.

 

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