Three-time South West regional Championship winner, Kingsley Tebug is eyeing an Elite Two ticket as a player, for the first time in his career.
Tebug was in that star-studded side that emerged champions ‘down south’ three times, but the latter is looking to break the National Interpools jinx.
Kingsley, a former skipper of Victoria United, has played chunks of the campaign and helped ISOHSA concede just nine goals all season.
In fact, at this level of the competition, Tebug and co have conceded a single goal in 3 games, which came against Volcan du Noun – on game day two.
A great defender with unerring anticipation and unmatched strength, Tebug has wowed fans in this year’s Interpools.
The sweeper has been paired alongside; Ashu Cezero, Tabi Moki, Joel Etouge (of blessed memory), Tambi Moki and Wilson Ngange, but he has always been part of the mix.
Coach Nlend Ayme will rely on Kingsley’s know-how when ISOHSA tackle Academie Nyom II for a spot in the semis on Sunday.
A win will get Tebug and co a step closer to the historic Elite Two feat. Tebug has played every minute of the competition so far.
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