Cameroon

PWD trains in “Mexico” ahead of new football season

Afeseh Apong,

Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com


PWD social football club of Bamenda have held a training session at the Mexico field in Bamenda, ahead of the new football season.

The Abakwa Boys had their  training session this Saturday morning, at their former training ground, popular known as Mexico.

A majority of PWD fans believe the Mexico field brings blessings to the team. Last year the Abakwa Boys had most of their preseason at the Mexico field, and went on to win their first ever Elite one title.

The technical director of PWD, Tama Wango says their decision to train Mexico this Saturday, was to take their blessings, as they head into the new football season, that is expected to kick-off on Tuesday.

It was really interesting having a training session at the Mexico field, a play ground which we used last season and became champions of Cameroon. I want to think that it’s some kind of blessing and benediction ahead of the upcoming campaign“, Tama Wango told MySoccer24.com

The Abakwa Boys have been training at the Big Mankon Catholic School field, since they return to Bamenda from a one month camping out of home. Coach David Pagou and his boys had preseason training camps in Limbe, Malabo and Yaoundé, during which they played 12 friendly games, winning six, three draws and three defeats.

For the past two weeks, the team has been without coach David Pagou and three key players, Nchindo John Bosco, Basile Yamkam and Ngwang Brian, who are in camp with the intermediate lions.

PWD will kick-off their title defense, with a home game against stade Renard in Bamenda on Tuesday.

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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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