Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe have been handed a significant boost in their quest to be become Southwest Regional champion for the first time as key player Wilson Joseph Junior Ngange returned to training for the first time in ten days this Wednesday.
The box-to-box midfielder who has not been seen since limping off in the 2-0 win against Bright Stars of Kumba is in contention to face Kumba City FC at the Middle Farms stadium on Sunday in the final of the championship.
Ngange who has played all but two of the clubs 23 games this season had suffered a muscle injury that made him miss both legs of the semi-final against Istanbul FA. However, he trained with the rest of the squad this Wednesday as they build up for the biggest game in the club’s history.
The return of Ngange adds more bodies to an already crowded midfield, thus leaving coach Nlend with an additional option going into the City game.
Chi Alex Collins has done well in midfield, complementing his colleagues to take the club into the finals.
The return of the big midfielder is certainly a massive boost for the club.
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