- Njuma joined ISOHSA last weekend from city mates Victoria United FC
- The 17-year-old forward is expected to continue his Elite Two education on the books of ISOHSA
- The striker wants to score as many goals for the Limbe-based club
Teenage Cameroonian forward, Conrad Ikose Njuma has revealed he hopes to return to his best and push the team towards achieving his individual and team objective for the coming years.
The forward made the revelation over the weekend during an exclusive interview with CRTV’s Kange Leon Caesar barely hours after he secured a switch to the MTN Elite Two newbies.
Njuma completed a switch from Victoria United FC to ISOHSA this week and made his debut in the 3-0 win away to Leopard Sportif of Douala in a game he lasted 75 minutes.
Even before the impressive debut, Njuma had set high target for himself.
“I am very glad to be here. Its a new journey with great coaches. They motivate us positively and we can fully express ourselves. I am really glad to be here.
“I want to bring goals, assist and speed and tracking back. I know many of my team mates already which makes it easy. The goals of the team are always higher but I have higher goals than the feat I attained at the regional level,” Njuma told CRTV Buea.
The striker finished last season strongly and is expected to carry that form to ISOHSA as they look to garner maximum points this term to maintain the club’s Elite status.
Njuma also took advantage of the platform to issue a rallying call fans and sympathizers of the project going into the rest of the long season.
“To the football loving population, stakeholders, fans and sympathizers, we will like to count on your support to try to secure as many victories as we aim for Elite One.”
The Limbe-based club will enter camp this Tuesday to lighten preparations for their four Elite Two championship outing of the season, against Rangers of Bafut in an all-Anglo-saxon fixture on Wednesday, November 8 at the Limbe Centenary stadium.
Njuma will hope to make a second consecutive start for the club and help them to another win as he did last weekend against Leopard in Douala.
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