The management of Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe has agreed a new contract with key trio Ashu Brice Tabi, Tebug Kingsley Tengah and Eben Tomi after fruitful talks.
Ashu who skippered the side to glory last season in the Southwest Regional championship has agreed to stay at the club for the coming season and beyond just like lead defender last term Tebug.
Forward Eben who scored twice in the 3-2 win against Academie Nyom 2 in the last group stage match of the 2023 National Interpools has also agreed to commit his services to the club till the summer of 2025.
The triple extension forms part of multiple efforts from the president Karl Njomo Mokake-led management crew to build a team to compete from the start of the 2023/24 season.
The club is expected to announce the new arrivals within the next 72 hours.
Ashu scored six goals and made nine assists in 23 games in all competitions last season, same number of goals gotten by speedy Eben.
Tebug who was the most regular central defender last campaign brings more than preventing opponents from scoring as he was scorer on three occasions last season.
ISOHSA is preparing a team for the new season expected to start in October. The club will compete with 15 others for a place in the podium or in the championship for the coming years through their matches of the coming season.
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