Experienced Cameroonian gaffer Emmanuel Ndoumbe Bosso has put UMS administration between the rock and a hard place following altercation between him and CEO Pierre Kwemo after Saturday’s 1-2 defeat to Djiko FC of Bandjoun, kick442.com has gathered exclusively.
UMS conceded in added time of the Matchday ten fixture at the Bonamousadi Stadium, after initially pegging back in-form Djiko FC in the exciting contest.
Despite the efforts from the players, UMS with five wins this campaign dropped points against their internal rivals.
From kick442.com findings, there was a telephone fracas between Ndoumbe Bosso and his boss in front of the players just after the game. The latter felt disrespected by the words that were used towards him.
kick442.com understands Sango as he is popularly known has resolved to step down from his role if Mr Kwemo fails to apologize for his actions.
Ndoumbe Bosso became coach of UMS few weeks into the new season, less than four months ago. The ex-YOSA and Panthere boss switched to the Moungo division outfit as replacement for Agbor Ernest who had joined Cotonsport. The former Canon Yaounde trainer arrived Loum just after he ended an 18 month collaboration with Bamboutos FC of Mbouda.
During his short stint at UMS, the tactician overturned things, taking UMS from the bottom of the abridged championship group A to the top after Matchday 9.
UMS with 17 points are just a point behind log leaders Colombe of Dja, thanks to the inputs of the ex-intermediate Lions coach who managed the team alone.
Ndoumbe Bosso is the umpteenth coach to experience the unprofessional touch of the club’s administration over the years. Former Indomitable Lions’ deputy coach Bonaventure Djonkep went as far as fighting in the stadium with the explosive administrator back in 2017.
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