- Kamilou Daouda has been appointed deputy coach of Cotonsport’s U19 team
- He played over 200 games for the club between 2005 and 2023 winning the league title on nine occasions
- The 34-year-old also captained the outfit during his career
- He won three Cup of Cameroon titles and was the deputy top scorer of the CAF Champions League in 2008 when Cotonsport reached the final
- The Niger forward is Coton’s all-time top scorer with 127 goals
Kamilou Daouda has been appointed deputy coach of Cotonsport U-19, bringing him back to the club he captained and scored all kinds of goals for.
Cotonsport made the announcement in a statement on Friday via a release signed by president Fernand Sadou.
According to the release which named coaches of other youth categories, Tchitouang will be head coach of the U-19 while Kamilou will assist him.
Legendary Kamilou will offer huge experience to the next generation of Cotonsport talent who aspire to grow and be a part of the first team.
The former Niger international who joined the club as a teenager himself will continue to add value to the club in different capacity.
In the same decision, Aboubakar Abouna and Mouhaman Lawal were named head coach and deputy of the U-15 while Kai Valerie and Mbome Jean Claude secure the same roles respectively for the U-11s.
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