- Ndoumbe Bosso’s stint as coach of Fovu ended this afternoon after just three months at the helm of the 2000 Cameroon champions
- The gaffer has been dismissed due to below expectations results as the club push more to enter the top four and qualify for the title playoffs
- Fovu’s management has opened the process of picking his replacement before their next league outing away to Victoria United FC in Limbe
Cameroon top-flight side Fovu of Baham have terminated its working contract with coach Emmanuel after a meeting provoked by their strange 0-1 defeat to Avion Academy at home in Bafoussam.
Ndoumbe Bosso joined the club in the build up to the 2023/24 MTN Elite One championship season and helped them to their second cup of Cameroon triumph plus a good start to the current season.
The gaffer who replaced Guy Djiepnang on the Fovu bench in August only lasted three months during which they were consistently inconsistent.
Ndoumbe Bosso won four of the 11 games he was in charge of, lost four and played a draw in the other game.
The trainer leaves Fovu on the fifth spot on the log with eight points from ten games so far this term – a result below par per the investment made by the management of the Yongua’a boys.
Coach Ndoumbe joins the likes of Guy Djiepnang on the list of gaffers that have been sacked this term owing to unsatisfactory results.
The former YOSA, Cotonsport of Garoua, Bamboutos FC of Mbouda trainer is a free agent and Fovu will have a new man in their dugout when they travel to face Victoria United of Limbe on December 20 on match day eleven of the championship.
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