PWD Social football Club of Bamenda have travelled with a contingent of 18 players, for their CAF Champions League Preliminary round return leg game against Kaizer Chiefs.
Chiefs won the first leg last Sunday at the Limbe Omnisport Stadium 1#0, thanks to Erick Mathoho’s 84th minute effort.
The Abakwa Boys left the Douala International airport on Friday afternoon heading for South Africa via Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. The 25_man delegation is made up of 18 players, and four Technical staff and three team officials.
Maël Dindjeke, Ze Abossolo Bertrand, Tchaoua Leger and Moluh Mohammed, who all featured in the first leg in Limbe, have not been included in the traveling delegation.
Coach Pagou has however brought in fresh blood in Fuh Klein, Hamzat Ibrahim Onotu, Emmanuel Samuel and Neloh Kelvin.
18 PLAYERS TRAVELING TO SOUTH AFRICA
Vincent Paul Ngondi
Nchindo John Bosco
PWD will have to score at least two goals without conceding any, in order to stay in the CAF champions league. The return leg game was initially scheduled for Friday December 04, but was pushed Forward to Saturday December 05, Kaizer Chiefs confirmed on their official Twitter handle.
“CAF have approved our proposal to play the match on Saturday 05 December 2020. We await the Team’s arrival. Kick off is set for 18:00”, Chiefs wrote.
PWD is expected to arrive in South Africa on Saturday afternoon, and therefore will have just about two hours rest before the game.
The game will be played at the FNB Stadium
Soccer City Ave, Nasrec, Johannesburg.