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Achille Webo off to winning start at MKE Ankaragücü

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • Webo was appointed MKE Ankaragücü assistant coach last week
  • The former Cameroon international got off to a winning start at MKE

Former Cameroonian forward, Pierre Achille Webo has registered his first win as assistant coach of Turkish Super Lig club, MKE Ankaragücü.

Garry Rodrigues, R Bajic and former Manchester United forward, Federico Macheda scored the goals as MKE Ankaragücü picked up a 3-0 win against Kayserispor of Cameroonian duo Olivier Kemen and Stephane Bahoken.

Webo, who previously worked at İstanbul Başakşehir in the same capacity for four years from 2019 starts a new journey in style.

Webo has spent the last 12 years of his career in Turkish football after leaving La Liga, playing for Istanbul BB, Fenerbahce, Osmanlıspor and Gazişehir before switching to İstanbul Başakşehir upon retirement.

The 41-year-old brings eight years of experience in Spanish football, where he appeared in 227 games for Osasuna, Leganes and Real Mallorca combined and scored 47 goals.

The Cameroonian left his native country and Stade Bandjoun in 1999 to join Nacional in Mexico where he started the unforgettable journey that’s on to date.

Besides the successful club career, Webo played in the Cameroonian national team as a striker and sometimes, a midfielder recording 19 goals in 58 games and has always echoed his dreams of managing the national team one day – A good run at MKE which they took laying 14th can only enhance that process.

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