Morocco’s U-23 girls team will clash with their Cameroonian counterparts in back-to-back international friendly matches next week in Rabat.
Sources at both countries football federation have confirmed the football crazy city will host the first game on April 6 and the reversed fixture three days later as both nations continue preparations for future competition and enhance development of the women’s game.
Cameroon’s head coach Josephine Ndoumou Mike has been in camp with the Cameroon team for over a week as they fine-tune strategies before the big game.
This fixture will be the first between these age group of both nations but adds to a number of friendly games lately.
Cameroon’s team is made up of players plying their trade back home, and in the Guinness Super League championship.
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