Thomas Ayomoh has bounced back from the ‘stage fright’ encountered in his first game to stabilize ISOHSA’S right wing at the national Interpools, just like he did all through the season.
The lad was shaky in his first outing of the national Interpools against Union Sportive D’abong Bang, but gained back the fans’ confidence after the second game against Volcan du Noun.
Thomas has been with the team since the start of the season, but really started playing towards the end of the regular campaign in group C.
The young full-back delivered an assist for Nick Afafa in his team’s one-all stalemate against Volcan du Noun.
The assist was done in classic Ayomoh style: one minute he was down defending, and in a heartbeat, he sprinted up field to glide the ball into the path of Afafa for ISOHSA’s first goal.
Ayomoh is vital in coach Nlend Ayme’s plans if the Isle Of Hope Sports Academy are to get a coveted MTN Elite Two Championship.
Thomas Ayomoh is versatile and can play on either side of defense. As an example, he ended the game against Union Sportive D’abong Bang on the left side of the field, on the coaches command.
The men of president Karl Mokake play a telling game on Wednesday 19 against Sporting Football Club de Maroua. A win puts ISOHSA into the discussion of the semis.
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