- Neilley Claude has pitched over 500 stories for kick442.com since she joined the team
- Her appointment as FC Ebolowa’s media officer hands her the role for the first time in a promising career
- She is expected to grow the club’s image in terms of media and marketing
Neilley Claude Ebessa Manga has been appointed Media Officer of ambitious Guinness Super League championship franchise, FC Ebolowa.
The budding writer with huge potentials was pronounced media officer of the club recently as the management of the South Region outfit head into their third season in the Cameroon women’s Football top-flight championship.
Neilley, a writer for kick442.com in the past 18 months and a regular in women’s Football and international matches as the French desk editor will set the ball rolling in the aspect of media operations at the new club.
The passionate and award-winning lady noted for some of her interesting write-ups in the past 12 months will combine the new role with working for kick442.com as well as Cameroon’s ministry of communication.
The FC Barcelona die-hard will be in charge of the club’s social media handles across the duration of the her stay at the club.
Neilley will be in charged of growing the social media handles of the club, plus create value around their players through photographic, video graphic works amongst others.
In addition, she is expected to market the image of the clubs and it’s personnel across the season.
Coach Oudou Kpomie’s FC Ebolowa opened their Guinness Super League season last Sunday with a three-nil victory. They will face new regional rivals Dja Sports of the South Region in the second Guinness Super League top match (Guinnessico)
Neilley and her team are expected to produce a magazine for the coming game while enhancing media collaborations.
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