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Union To Win Huge In Feudjo’s Departure To NAPSA

Union To Win Huge In Feudjo's Departure To NAPSA

Cameroon’s backup keeper in the 2014 World Cup, Feudjo Loic has penned a two year deal with Zambia premier division side, NAPSA Stars.

The deal is reported to land the goalkeeper’s account an extra 7.5 million, in francs CFA.

However, Feudjo Loic was contacted while under contract, having renewed with Union Sportive of Douala, after coming back from a failed attempt to integrate AS Vitas’ franchise in Congo.

A sum of two million francs was handed the player by the Union board, and agreed, over four million will reach the club if the player wishes for another challenge elsewhere.

The agreement now means Feudjo will hand Union Sportive four million from the 7.5 million he will receive from NAPSA Stars.

The player traveled to Zambia on Sunday, but couldn’t train until Tuesday.

NAPSA Stars crushed Ngazi Sports 9-2 on aggregate in the CAF Confederation Cup preliminaries, and surely are a force to reckon with, going forth this season.


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