PWD to face league one giants ahead of Al Ahli_Chiefs games

Afeseh Apong,

Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com

Cameroon league one champions, PWD social football club of Bamenda will on Saturday November 14, 2020, take on fellow Elite one side FOVU of Baham, in a friendly game.

The game will be played at the Baham municipal stadium as from 3pm on Saturday, and will be the 13th preseason friendly for the Abakwa Boys.

The team leaves Bamenda on Saturday morning for Baham, and immediately after the game on Saturday, will take off for Douala, where they will be traveling to Libya in the early next week.

PWD will face South African giants, Kaizer Chiefs in the CAF champions league preliminary, following the Draw for the 2020_2021 CAF champions league and Confederation cup preliminary and first round, that took place this Monday 9 November 2020 in Cairo, Egypt, via Visioconference.

With the Cameroon league one championship yet to kick-off for the 2020_2021 football, the management of the North West outfit thinks engaging more high profile friendlies, will better prepare the team for their return to continental football 14 years after their last appearance at continental level.

The Abakwa Boys will therefore play two games during their six days stay in Tripoli, Libya. They will play back to back games against Al Ahli Tripoli on Wednesday November 18, and November 21, respectively.

In their last 12 preseason games, the Abakwa Boys have recorded six wins, three draws and suffered three defeats. The team found the back of the next 25 times in that process, but also conceded 13 times.

Coach Pagou and his boys will host Kaizer Chiefs in Limbe between the 27_29 of November, before traveling to South Africa a week later, for the return leg.


Afeseh Apong

Afeseh Apong is a graduate of the Advanced School of Mass Communication, ASMAC, and is currently Team press officer of PWD Bamenda

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