ISOHSA skipper, Ashu Brice has played 3 impressive games at the National Interpools so far, leaving fans in awe.
The mid has been a real master of his art on the field with scintillating displays, helping his side to two draws and a win after three game days.
Ashu Brice is not the loudest off the field, but his on-field mastery makes up for it.
The latter put up a man of the match show against Union Sportive D’abong Bang in ISOHSA’s first game, but narrowly lost the individual accolade to goalkeeper Ashu Mbah.
In the second game, yet again, Ashu Brice formed a wonderful Midfield trio with Chi Rex and Ivan Berthauld, sitting deep and dictating the game’s pace.
The third was even better with a three goal contribution. Brice scored from a direct corner for the second time this season; the first was, in the Cameroon cup against Dynamo Football Club. He went ahead to provide two assists as the south west representatives ended 5-0 winners over Sporting Football Club of Maroua.
Every other game since the team’s victory over kumba City FC have been historic for the skipper; he became the first player to captain ISOHSA to the SW regional championship, for the first time since creation in 2015.
Ashu Brice and co are looking to create an upset and get an Elite Two ticket for the first time of asking.
The former LIFCA man will lead his charges to a crucial game against Academie Nyom de Maroua on Sunday, with ISOHSA needing a victory to seal qualification.
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