GUY Kamguia first season as head coach of our senior side has seen some great result claimed, but more importantly a whole host of players gain experience with our first-team

Our team started the season on fire winning seven out of our first twelve games of the season which began with a convincing 2-0 win against Unsport of Bafang and included emphatic 4-0 successes over Leopard of Douala. We remained unbeaten in the league until the new year when we were sitting pretty at the top of the table Alongside our league campaign, we showed many encouraging signs in frindly against A Lions and U20 where our senior players were put to the test against a mix professional Football from Elite one Clubs. Despite playing all our fixtures away from home, we made a good account of ourselves by picking a draw with the A Lions (1-1) but loss against the U20 4 -1

Our first game after in the new year saw us having a difficult game against Unisport of Bafang in Bafang with no end result as the game was interrupted by the home team fans. Despite that we kept the lead at the top of the table. We responded well to the difficult game with a hard-fought 0-0 draw over Lausanne in our away game in Yaounde but after the turnover of players we began to see our title hopes become a reality.

The objective if the season was meet as we were crown champions of the MTN Elite two championship. Our team finish the league as the best Team with 46 point after 24 games. Best Attack with 36 goals scored and best defense with just 16 goal conceeded. There by gaining promotion to the prestigeous MTN Elite One championship.

Next season will be an exciting one for Guy Kamguia and his coaching staff as they continue to develop Strong Young player, and for the players who are under-19, they will have the opportunity of playing in the MTN Elite One which we will compete in next season as a result of the team qualifying for First Division.

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