Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe youngster Fernand Beyang Arrey has reaffirmed the fact that he is happy with life at the club after getting more minutes during the mini Interpools playoffs in the past two weeks.
The 15-year-old has featured in the past four games for the club, including one start against Buea United in the last league game in which he scored, whilst coming on as a substitute three times during the mini interpools.
The ISOHSA U-17 captain has embraced the challenge of being the youngest player in the first team in style
The wing-back says he is enjoying his football at the club as he is able to learn from some of the best players in the league.
“Every time I come on, I try to enjoy my football and play to the instructions of the coaches and my mates,” Arrey told kick442.com.
“To keep focused and keep trying to improve. When results come we enjoy it more.
“Learning all the time in the changing room, watching from the sidelines. Learning everywhere, being with the team every day. Learning, improving every day. I’m enjoying my football. It’s a pleasure to be here.”
Arrey has the world at his feet after becoming the youngest player to score a regional league goal for ISOHSA in match day 14 against Buea United and the youngest player to future for the club at the mini interpools when he came on against Bright Stars of Kumba in the 2-0 win two weeks ago.
Pundits following the Southwest Regional championship have tipped Arrey to go on and achieve greatness if he keeps his focus, work hard.
The young defender joined the club in the build up to the current season. He who counts one goal in six appearances for ISOHSA this season will be one of the attractions during Sunday’s final against Kumba City FC.
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