The head coach of AS Fortuna Stephane Um says he is satisfied with the point his side picked up from their 1-1 draw against Amazone FAP on Wednesday in a delayed match day 15 fixture of the 2022/23 Guinness Super League Championship.
The ambitious newcomers led courtesy a Catherine Mbengono goal just before the break, but were pegged back as it finished on a parity score between the sides from Cameroon’s capital city.
After a 1-1 draw against Mike Ndoumou’s girls, while Catherine Mbengono had given her team the lead just before the break, Stephane Um is rather satisfied with the performance of his girls.
Reacting after the game, coach Oum revealed goal in the game and how it felt getting a point from the tight contest.
“The goal in this game was to avoid defeat against a team that we had beaten in the first round of the championship,” he explained before adding; “We are satisfied. This point against FAP gives us 26 points, we can’t undermine this.”
AS Fortuna is one of two teams that were promoted to the Guinness Super League this season and had a good first half of the season. unfortunately, since the return-leg, the club’s performance has dwindled. After a 3-0 win over Ngadeu FFA in Round 12, AS Fortuna held off leaders Lékié FF 1-1 in Round 13, before losing 0-1 to champions AS Awa in Round 14. In the 15th round, the Mfou-based club shared the spoils with Amazone FAP. These result has affected the club’s ranking which has been fluctuating between 3rd, 4th and 5th for the past weeks.
Coach Um believes: “Everything is still possible. We will continue to work to stay on top.”
In the meantime, the club is aiming to stay in the finish in the top five and even lift the cup at the end of the championship.
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