Connect with us

Cameroon

Castelletto Agrees To Join French Side Nantes FC

Cameroon International, Jean-Charles Castelletto has agreed to join FC Nantes. The Cameroon international penned a three-year contract that will keep him at Stade de la Beaujoire until 2023.

Published

on

Jean-Charles Castelletto

Cameroon International, Jean-Charles Castelletto has agreed to join FC Nantes. The Cameroon international penned a three-year contract that will keep him at Stade de la Beaujoire until 2023.

In a statement release after signing Castelletto, FC Nantes said, “FC Nantes is very happy to announce the signing of Jean-Charles Castelletto (25 years old), who will arrive free of any commitment on July 1 from the Stade Brestois 29.”

On his part, Jean-Charles Castelletto said,

“I am very happy to be able to sign at FC Nantes. This is a very large French football club in which I hope to be able to achieve great things in the coming days. I am impatient to start and to discover my new teammates.”

The 25 year-old player contract ends on July 1 at FC Brest. The player is said to have given an impressive account of himself in his debut Ligue 1 season with his fine defensive displays. He played 22 matches in the just-concluded French Ligue I season, helping Brest finish 14th in the league table with a goal to his credit.

READ   Manchester United pass final verdict on Paul Pogba amid rumours of huge wage demands

Castelleto started his football career at Auxerre Academy in 2012 and he featured for the club in Ligue 2, before moving to Belgium to join Club Brugge in 2015.

After struggling for playing time in the first half of the 2015-16 Belgian First Division A season, he was loaned to Royal Excel Mouscron where he played 10 league matches.

His lack of playing time at Brugge, forced him to return to France to join second division club Red Star on a season-long loan. The Cameroonian defender joined Brest at the end of the temporary deal in 2017 and helped the team earned promotion to Ligue 1 in 2019.

By Etienne Mainimo

Please follow and like us:
Advertisement
Loading...
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

AFCON

UNIFFAC: Ousmanou Christophe summons John Bosco and 29 others

Published

on

Afeseh Apong,

Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com


The head coach of the U20 lions of Cameroon Ousmanou Christophe has summoned 30 baby lions for an 11 day training camp.

The training camp is expected to run from November 25 to December 06, 2020, as the U20 lions prepare for Zonal UNIFFAC U20 tournament. Prominent among the players summoned are PWD’s Midfielder, Nchindo John Bosco, APEJES’ Yahaya Abdoulaye and Alioum Moubarak.
The list constitutes three Goalkeepers, eight defenders, 14 Midfielders and five forwards.

COMPLET LIST

GOALKEEPERS

(1)Hecube (APEJES)
(2)Mamoudou Ahmada (cotonsport)
(3)Essono Ondobo (Oyili FC)

DEFENDERS

(4)Kotto Samuel (APEJES)
(5)Meyapa Fongain (Fauve Azur)
(6)Tchinda Cahill (YAFOOT)
(7)Logui Penda (AS Fortuna)
(8)Dassi Dimitri (Njalla Quan Sports Academy)
(9)Mfouatah Nasser (Dragon)
(10)Dibongo Junior Yvan (Dragon)
(11) Ibrahim Seidou (Fauve Azur)

MIDFIELDERS

(12)Ambina Fidel (Renaissance of Ngoumou)
(13)Amadou Daouda (Oyili FC)
(14)Ikpeme Stephen (Djiko FC)
(15)Tchamba Ngassam (Huberlot FC)
(16) Alioum Moubarak (Sahel of Maroua)
(17)Onana Séverin (AS Fortuna)
(18) Nchindo John Bosco (PWD Bamenda)
(19)Pam Bémol (APEJES)
(20) Yahaya Abdoulaye (APEJES)
(21) Bourbaki Sidiki (Union Sportive of Douala)
(22)Enow Brandon (Cotonsport)
(23)Medou Bella (Lausanne Sports)
(24) Atimele A Mbeleck (Eding Sport)
(25)Ngassick Christian (Azur FC)

READ   Conceicao's 32 man list: Discover the Lions who have not played a minute this season for their clubs.

FORWARDS

(26)Milla Kevin (Renaissance of Ngoumou)
(27)Etouga Mballa Franck (AS Fortuna)
(28)Kadoum Essono (Foundation Tafi)
(29) Moubarak Moussa (Sahel of Maroua)
(30) Sunday Junior Njang (Eding Sport)

All the players summoned to take part in this training camp, ply their trade at home.

Please follow and like us:
Continue Reading

Cameroon

Bamboutos FC holding Mark O’Ojong back

Published

on

Reported to be in Tunisia in anticipation for a two-year deal with US Tataouine, Mark O’Ojong is being held back by parent club Bamboutos FC.

The 23 year old is yet to receive a formal ‘okay’ from Bamboutos FC, who at this point, are bargaining for a higher pay package.

The 23-year-old is seriously engaged with Tataouine as he has played in some preseason friendlies already.

The player however, has written to the club together with his entourage and expects a reply by Wednesday.

Bamboutos’ president, Dr. Roger Ngoula, has to put his signature on already compiled documents, but seems too busy.

O’Ojong Mark scored three goals and a couple of assists in as many matches for Bamboutos last season. His on – field heroics gave him the right to captain the Intermediate Lions till early October.

Mysoccer24.com however keeps tracking the developments to keep her readers up to speed with the situation.

Please follow and like us:
Continue Reading

Africa

Pagou wins tactical battle as PWD holds up Al Ahli

Published

on

Afeseh Apong,

Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com


Cameroon league one champions PWD Social football Club of Bamenda has played a zero all tie with Al Ahli Tripoli, in the return leg friendly, at the Tripoli International stadium on Saturday afternoon.

PWD defeated Al Ahli 2#1 in the first leg last Wednesday, and coming into Saturday’s game, coach David Pagou made a tactical shift, opting for a back four, instead of his usual back three formation.

Burinyuy Derrick was recalled into the starting XI after watching Wednesday’s game on the bench. Basile Yamkam was brought to his usual right back position, after operating at a wing forward during Wednesday’s game.

Coach Pagou choosed to sacrifice a Midfielder, Aboubakar Mohammed from his starting XI of last Wednesday, so as to accommodate four at the back. He equally preferred a more technical and pacey Enyegue François to start, while he prepared Mbah Louiz and Fegue Omgba to do the dirty job in the last quarter of the game.

READ   Reports: Real Madrid take final decision on Gareth Bale’s future amid Premier League giants’ interest

As home side Al Ahli executed a whopping seven substitutions in the game, coach David Pagou stayed calm, and only brought in Fegue Omgba and Mbah Louiz in the last quarter of the game to reinforce his Midfield, sacrificing a wing forward (Tchaoua Leger) and young Midfielder, Enyegue François.

Pagou’s game plan largely centered around staying solid at the back, two holding Midfielders, Ndeh Collins and Vincent Paul Ngondi to cut off the offensive from Al Ahli, while Nchindo John Bosco, Tchaoua Leger and Billy Samin, negotiated all the counter attacks.

PWD’s back four showed great Resilience and a good reading of the game. Nyaba Brian was at the top of his game, as he made a series of goal serving tackles. Burinyuy Derrick was unbeatable in one on one duels.

Leaving Tripoli with a win and a draw from two games, it will not be an overstatement to say that David Pagou has pulled another tactical masterpiece.

READ   Cameroon Elite One: Union Douala Come From Behind To Win 2-1 Against Avion Academy

Reacting to the game, coach Pagou said;

It was a CAF standard game, so we’re happy for the results. We thank Al Ahli and the Libyian football federation for this opportunity. We will go back to Yaoundé with good memories of Libya”.

The Abakwa Boys return to Cameroon on Sunday and will immediately go camping in Limbe, ahead of their CAF Champions league preliminary round fixture against Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa.

Please follow and like us:
Continue Reading



Latest

gogl2 hours ago

Foncha Street FC sends heartfelt message to PWD ahead of CAF champions league debut

Views: 56 Afeseh Apong, Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com The president of Cameroon league two side, Foncha Street FC, Mr Moh David,...

CAF Champions League4 hours ago

CAF Champions League Final To Be Played Without Fans.

Views: 6 The 2019/20 CAF Champions League final to be played at the Cairo international stadium will be played without...

CAF Champions League4 hours ago

CAF Champions League Final: Zamalek vs Al Ahly Preview.

Views: 7 Egyptian giants,  Zamalek and Al Ahly will battle in this year’s CAF Champions League final at the Cairo...

Cameroon Women Elite Championship8 hours ago

Guinness Supoer League Clubbs receive kits from Sponsor

Guinness Cameroon officially hands kits to women elite clubs of the Women Super League.

Africa14 hours ago

Ahmad Ahmad Runs To CAS For Help

Views: 30 Giovanni Wanneh, Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com-Cameroon Following a sour five – year ban inflicted on the former president of...

Africa14 hours ago

Bamboutos Finally Let Go Of O’Ojong Mark

Views: 58 Giovanni Wanneh, Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com-Cameroon Cameroon top-tier side Bamboutos FC have liberated former employee – O’Ojong Mark, who...

South America1 day ago

1986 World Cup winner, ‘hand of god’ architect – Maradona dies at 60

Views: 44 Giovanni Wanneh, Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com Football hall of famer and Argentine legend Diego Armando Maradona has died today...

CAF Champions League2 days ago

🇨🇲CAFCL : PWD reinforces squad ahead of Chiefs showdown

Views: 284 Afeseh Apong, Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com Five players have joined PWD’s training camp in Limbe, as the Abakwa Boys...

CHAN2 days ago

CHAN Preparations: Intermediate Lions Go On Break.

Views: 22 The head coach of Cameroon’s intermediate Lions,  Martin Ndtoungou Mpile has given preselected lions some time off after...

AFCON2 days ago

UNIFFAC: Ousmanou Christophe summons John Bosco and 29 others

Views: 435 Afeseh Apong, Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com The head coach of the U20 lions of Cameroon Ousmanou Christophe has summoned...

Loading…

Asia

Asia3 months ago

OFFICIAL: Asian World Cup qualifiers matches will be rescheduled to 2021

Views: 28 In light of the current COVID-19 situation in many countries, FIFA and the Asian Confederation (AFC) have jointly...

Asia6 months ago

UAE’s Ajman Club Signs Cameroonian Striker In Their U-19 Team

Ajman Football Club base in Ajman in the United Arab Emirates, UAE, have boosted their striking options with the signing...

Asia8 months ago

Cambodia suspend all football tournaments across country to combat COVID-19

Views: 47 Cambodia has become the latest country in Southeast Asia to suspend all footballing activities including the 2020 Cambodian...

Asia8 months ago

Former Myanmar national team captain Yan Aung Kyaw to retire at the end of 2020 season

Views: 48 Yangon United and Myanmar veteran midfielder Yan Aung Kyaw has announced that he will retire from professional football the...

Asia8 months ago

Stephanie Catley scores winner as Melbourne City edge Sydney FC 1-0 in W-League Grand Final

Views: 20 Melbourne City FC edged Sydney 1-0 in the 2019-20 W-League Grand Final at the AAMI Park in Melbourne...

Asia8 months ago

Health of players, officials and fans always our priority, says AFC amidst COVID-19 disruption

Views: 17 The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has said that the health of the players, officials and fans is their...

Asia8 months ago

Reports: Football Federation Australia set to suspend A-League season due to COVID-19

Views: 15 Football Federation Australia (FFA) is reportedly all set to announce the suspension of the 2019-20 season of A-League...

Asia8 months ago

Philippines good enough to play against any team anywhere: Azkals coach Scott Cooper

Views: 22 Philippines national football team coach Scott Cooper believes that the Azkals have made tremendous leap in quality during...

Asia8 months ago

Korea Football Association turns national training centre into COVID-19 treatment clinic

Views: 26 The Korea Football Association (KFA) has decided to transform its state-of-the-art National Football Centre in Paju into a...

Asia8 months ago

Singapore starlet Ikhsan Fandi’s potential move to Norwegian top division club held up due to COVID-19

Views: 40 Singapore international striker Ikhsan Fandi’s potential move from Norway’s second division to its top flight has been held...