Sports Writer Mysoccer24.Com-Cameroon
18 year old Nchindo John Bosco, hardly known by anyone two years back, now looks the real deal for club and country.
A little boy who hails from Kom, and played for amateur side Ebaidino FC last three seasons, is living his dream.
John Bosco scored in PWD’s 2-1 victory against Al Ahly Tripoli. It was the first time the starlet stepped foot outside the national triangle, for football purpose, and indeed any other motive.
As an icing on the cake, Nchindo was handed the armband after Louis Mbah was substituted in the second segment of the game.
It was the midfielder’s fourth goal in friendlies this season; he scored two against South Sudan, and one in the international Solidarity tourney – Yaounde.
On the mic of mysoccer24.com after the game, Nchindo was indeed lost for words.
‘The game wasn’t easy. All thanks to God for the goal and the victory,’ John Bosco remarked.
With Saturday’s clash being closer, Nchindo opined: ‘the game on Saturday will not be easy. We’d take it like a cup game and try to win.’
The lad’s versatility is outrageous. One could think he was played out of position, as an out – an out center – forward, but far from it. Nchindo’s razor quick movements upfront and his ability to poach has made him a force to reckon with.
Nchindo and co play the return leg fixture against Al Ahly Tripoli on Saturday 21.
John Bosco has been a revelation from last season. His works have started dragging interest from several categories of the national set-up, the Intermediate Lions being inclusive.