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Njoku Barnabas leaves Elecsport, embraces new challenge

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • Njoku Barnabas will serve as Bamboutos FC’s fitness and assistant coach from next season 
  • He has signed a one-season contract to mark the start of his third stint at the club
  • The former ISOHSA trainer will partner Agbor Ernest Ako who will be head coach next season

Southwest Regional championship outfit, Elecsport of Limbe are without a manager. This after Njorku Barnabas informed management of the club of his decision to terminate collaboration with them and pick up a new challenge.

kick442.com has authoritative information that the former Buea United FC and Tiko United FC lead trainer has agreed a one-year contract with the Mangwa Boys to serve as their fitness and assistant coach.

This move marks the return of the 46-year-old to the club for what will be his third spell having helped them to the cup of Cameroon runners-up position and Super Cup win in his previous coming.

The astute technician who also had stints at Victoria United FC and Djiko FC in the past is expected to work with Agbor Ernest Ako in the coming season. To build a Bamboutos FC team capable of challenging in all fronts.

Bamboutos FC of Mbouda like it’s peers in the top tier championship are currently on the end of season break, but it’s staff should be working tirelessly to in the recruitment front in other to build a squad that can compete and conquer in the upcoming 2024/25 season.

The new domestic campaign is expected to start by mid October and Bamboutos FC of Mbouda will compete in the new look 16-club championship hoping to end an over 100 years wait for triumph in the domestic championship.

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