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Otodjibaye & Serge Diguel: Chadian ‘Twin’ Continue Intertwine



Giovanni Wanneh

Sports Write

Chadian internationals Serge Diguel and Otodjibaye Kandjidi have pencilled new contracts with Zambia’s Indeni FC.

Diguel (goalie), and Otodjibaye (midfielder) have both made same transfer moves for three seasons and counting, from 2018/19 till date.

The Chadian duo both inked one year deals with Cameroon top-flight side YOSA, before moving to Union Sportif of Douala, and yet again, they have found themselves at Indeni FC

Indeni FC is making her statement of intent loud and clear, as the club wishes to acquire talents to stabilise top-flight status.

Diguel was first choice goalkeeper for YOSA, and so was Otodjibaye in the middle of the park during their stay with the Bamenda outfit. Those two however witnessed a twist of faith after moving to Union Sportif of Douala, as they met a star-studded squad. Hitting the deck from the very onset was difficult, and game time sparing.

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The skill set and know-how of the two is all what a coach could ask for in a team like Indeni FC.

Alain Nandjou has equally joined Indeni, as the number of Cameroonians in the FAZ championship have increased to five.

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Ahmad Ahmad Runs To CAS For Help



Giovanni Wanneh,

Sports Writer

Following a sour five – year ban inflicted on the former president of the Confederation of African Football, Ahmad Ahmad, the Malagasy has opted to report to the Court of Arbitration for Sports.

On November 23, The adjudicatory chamber of the independent Ethics Committee found Ahmad Ahmad, the
President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and a FIFA Vice-President, guilty of having
breached art. 15 (Duty of loyalty), art. 20 (Offering and accepting gifts or other benefits) and art. 25
(Abuse of position) of the 2020 edition of the FIFA Code of Ethics, as well as art. 28
(Misappropriation of funds) of the 2018 edition.

It is for this reason that on Ahmad’s entourage came out with a release on
Wednesday, November 25, 2020 reading;

Mr. Ahmad Ahmad files an appeal
before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) Tuesday, November 24, 2020.

Ahmad Ahmad, President of CAF and Vice-President of the FIFA has announced that his board is filing an appeal before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAS) in order to strongly challenge the conviction of the Chamber of Justice and FIFA’s Ethics Commission.
A five-year ban on any football-related activity – at national and international level – as well as a fine of CHF 200,000 was imposed by the FIFA Ethics Commission, Monday, 23 November 2020, against the President of the CAF and FIFA Vice-President Ahmad Ahmad.
This decision was impartially. During the months of investigation conducted by
The Chamber of Inquiry of the FIFA Ethics Commission, headed by Maria Claudia Rojas, against the African Confederation of Football.

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The latter was also quick to make an urgent decision
without disclosing the reasons for her sentence, despite the case’ seriousness.
The reason for such, perhaps that this conviction would prevent President Ahmad from being re-elected to the
CAF presidency in the elections scheduled for March 2021, despite the many support already declared in his favour. An appeal will therefore be made to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to challenge this decision
incomprehensible and shocking.
The Appeal will also be accompanied by a request for suspensive effect,
not to aggravate the harm suffered by President Ahmad, and to allow him to campaign for re-election as Caf President.
Mr. Ahmad Ahmad’s team thinks that the facts were presented in a largely questionable and

For example, FIFA’s mandate was given to the audit firm PwC to investigate the administration of the African football, even though this firm had previously worked for the CAF and under the mandate of this creating a conflict of interest and a problem of obvious lack of impartiality. In addition, ongoing rumours of possible FIFA involvement in the work of the Commission ethics have consistently resonated in the European and African press. Leaks of information
relating to the current procedure – which is supposed to be strictly confidential – and systematically unfavourable to President Ahmad, have been made public by press, preventing, in fact, the conduct of a serene investigative work.
Even the hearing of President Ahmad, to which was denied the right to present some of his witnesses at a hearing in the
no charge, was not held to the expected and usual standards.
It results from these irregularities that the facts were presented in a largely questionable and
disputed by the Chamber of Inquiry in the Judgment Chamber of the FIFA Ethics Committee.

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Bamboutos Finally Let Go Of O’Ojong Mark



Giovanni Wanneh,

Sports Writer

Cameroon top-tier side Bamboutos FC have liberated former employee – O’Ojong Mark, who is now free to sign with US Tataouine.

The 23 year old has received a formal ‘okay’ from Bamboutos FC.

Bamboutos’ president, Dr. Roger Ngoula put his signature on paper to release the player on Tuesday.

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.

The player confirmed to this portal that he received his liberation on Tuesday, and will definitely pledge his future to his new side, before the week runs out.

O’Ojong has made close to a week in Tunisia where he has been training with US Tataouine.

In fact, the former Intermediate Lions captain was congratulated after his team’s most recent friendly. Teammates and management of US Tataouine have seen the player’s importance, and are impressed, a Tunisian source has told

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🇨🇲CAFCL : PWD reinforces squad ahead of Chiefs showdown



Afeseh Apong,

Sports Writer

Five players have joined PWD’s training camp in Limbe, as the Abakwa Boys continue to fine tune preparations ahead of their CAF Champions league preliminary round game against Kaizer Chiefs.

Coach David Pagou and his boys arrived Limbe on Tuesday afternoon and had a training session in that same evening.

19 Players took part in PWD’s expedition in Tripoli last week during which they won one game and drew one, in their back to back games against Al Ahli Tripoli.

Coach Pagou has now called for reinforcement. Five players who were not part of the Libyan trip due to administrative reasons, have now joined the team in Limbe and took part in their first training session on Wednesday morning.

Fuh Klein and four others joined the squad on Wednesday morning.

Fuh Klein, Maël Dindjeke, John Paul Nzo Ngong, Moluh Mohammed and Goalkeeper Raul Eya’a have now joined the squad at the Njalla Quan Sports Academy , at the Man O war Bay in Limbe. Another player, Ze Abessolo Bertrand is expected in camp in the hours ahead.

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PWD will host Kaizer Chiefs at the Limbe Omnisport Stadium on Sunday, for the first leg, while the return leg will be played in South Africa on December 05, 2020.

Kaizer Chiefs is expected in Cameroon on Friday.

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