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Jerome Ngom joins Sheriff

by Lesley Ngwa
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Sheriff Tiraspol have completed the signing of speedy forward Jerome Ngom Mbeleki from SK Beveren less than a year after he joined from Colombe of Dja.

Ngom played seven matches at Beveren and made one assist during his time at the club.

Ngom, 24, has joined the Moldovan club on a two-year contract as they put together a squad in preparations for the 2023/24 UEFA Champions League season.

The former intermediate Lions forward and current senior national team front man has been registered for the Champions League preliminaries.

Ngom has been one of Cameroon’s exciting forwards in recent times. He provided the assist for Vincent Aboubakar’s goal against Brazil at the 2022 FIFA World cup in Qatar, and was one of the stars for the intermediate lions despite their early exit from the 2022 African Nations championship in Algeria.

Ngom netted Cameroon’s goal in their 1-0 win over Congo Brazzaville in their group E game at CHAN 2022.

The forward who can also play at right back, is returning to Europe after previous stints with MFK Vyškov in the Czech republic, Sporting Kansas City II and San Diego Loyal SC in the United States.

The “Wasps” as they are nicknamed have amassed 21 championship titles, 12 Cups and seven Super Cups–all competition records.

On the European stage, Sheriff has reached the group stage of the UEFA Europa League on five occasions and became the first ever Moldovan side to reach the group stages of the 2021–22 UEFA Champions League, where they would go on to notch a win against eventual champions Real Madrid before eventually bowing out of the competition.

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