The General Manager of the National Football Academy, ANAFOOT, Enow Ngachu, in the company of his closest collaborators, on August 10, at the institution’s headquarters gave a warm reception to three of his former conscripts all gold medalists at the just-ended Francophonie games.
Ahmed Fadil Montapon, Yvan Noh Nafeng, and Teukeu Tokoudjou, all gold medalists, in the 2023 edition of the Francophonie Games, DR Congo, were congratulated. And given words of
encouragements to continue taking the country’s image and that of ANAFOOT to higher heights.
These words of encouragement, came up following the good tussle in Kinshasa, DR Congo, by U20 lions for bringing back home the trophy and gold medals at the Francophonie games.
Cameroon crushed Burkina Faso 2-1 to win the title on August 6. They returned home on Monday via the Yaoundé-Nsimalen airport with a course for celebration.
The delegation headed by Yvan Kenmoe under the auspices of the Minister of Sports and physical education, fetched Cameroon its 13th gold medal in the competition.
The Lions scored five goals in four outings, with Fauve Azur’s Arthur Avom Ebong as the highest scorer for Cameroon with two goals, one against Niger in the first meeting. Another was a final winning goal last Sunday against Burkina Faso.
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