- Brice Tabi Ashu will have a second season at ISOHSA and return to Elite football
- The Elite 2 outfit announced his commitment this Thursday, after Ashu signed what is believed to be a new two-year deal that will keep him to his boyhood club until 2025.
- Captain Ashu scored six goals for the club last term – two of the goals were direct corners
- ISOHSA have retained 15 of the players the club had at the national interpools
Brice Tabi Ashu has put pen to paper on a new deal at Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA), taking his stay at the club up to the summer of 2025.
As we reported a few months ago, the potential Cameroon international signed the deal with the club and was unveiled today, while he continues their pre-season preparations with the rest of the squad.
Ashu watched on as Coach Nlend Ayme’s men defeated Best Stars Academy 2-1, before games against Astres and more to come.
Ashu joined ISOHSA last season, reuniting with coach Nlend with whom he spent his early days as a footballer at LIFCA.
Known to the fans as ‘Captain Fantastic’, Ashu’s classic midfield abilities have helped ISOHSA to win the Southwest Regional championship, the national interpools and reach the 16 final of the Cup of Cameroon.
The new contract caps a positive year for Ashu, who has moved from the skipper of a regional league club over a year ago to an Elite 2 player.
While many expect Ashu to have several years playing at the top level plans have already been put in place for him to be the club’s face value while playing.
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