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Chanel Tchaptchet greeted with positivity as she returns for Kenya clash

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • Chanel is one of six strikers invited to gun down the Harambee Starlets 
  • She hasn’t been a part of the national team since April 2022

Cameroonian striker, Chanel Tchaptchet Djuka is satisfied with the attitude of the new staff of the Indomitable Lionesses appointed to take over from the Gabrielle Zabo led staff less than a month ago.

“The new technical staff received us very well. From the airport to the hotel, everyone was present and friendly. What we are hoping for now, is to be able to finish in style on Friday against Kenya, especially given how hard we have been working,” Chanel said.

The Havre Athletic club player is part of Coach Jean Baptiste Bisseck’s 23 woman squad called to take on Kenya in the Africa Women’s Cup of Nations(AWCON) qualifiers.

She is one amongst the four professionals listed at the attack compartment comprising of six strikers.

The 24-year old former RC Lens striker will represent Cameroon for the first time in a while.

Her last opportunity to represent Cameroon in April 2021 in the playoffs of the Tokyo Olympic Games against Chile, but missed out on the game after testing positive for Covid 19.

Chanel who had a successful season in France, was top scorer in the French second Division championship group A with RC Lens (15goals) before moving to Havre in July this year.

The prolific striker and teammates will take on Kenya at home in Douala on September 22 and away on September 26 at the Nyaro national stadium.

Chanel, Ajara Njoya, Michaela Abam, Brenda Tabe and Ngah Manga and captain Aboudi Onguene are among options for Cameroon as they push to achieve another AWCON qualification.

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