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LIFESTYLE: ISOHSA celebrates players’ families

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • The families of at least five players in the team watched their children help the club beat Leopard Sportif 3-0 last Saturday
  • Skipper Ashu Brice had his brother around to support him as well as other players
  • ISOHSA is growing in their quest to get closer to its related bodies 

The social media handles ambitious Southwest outfit Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe has been a major attraction in the past 48 hours as many laud the club for the initiative of celebration of the families of their players.

The MTN Elite Two newbies via its social media handler Nsonyi Armstrong took the attention a little away from the pitch just after their 3-0 win away to Leopard Sportif, putting the shine on the families of the players that turned out for the game.

The families of captain Ashu Brice, goalkeeper Dieudonne Sousia, sweeper Andre Bougha plus midfield duo Junior Gondjoum and Yvan Yatchet played a crucial role in the win at the Japoma Annex stadium.

Watching their brothers and children from the stands throughout Saturday’s game, the different families cheered loudly as part of efforts to galvanize their own to perform in their presence.

Yatchet had arguably one of his best games in the colors of the People’s Royal Elephants, helping them to achieve the first away win with the assist for the second score by substitute Mbeng Joel.

Bougha on his part lasted 78 minutes and got loud claps from his family every time he was on the ball just like Ashu’s brother celebrated his set-piece goal just before the break as well as his other highlight moments.

Gondjoum and Sousia were unused substitutes but joined in the celebrations with their family after the final whistle.

The aspect of parents turning up to watch their kids play for the club has been built by the proximate relationship between the club and its associates in over the years. The parents of Egbe Tiku, Ashu Kelvin Mbah, Dieudonne Onege amongst others have been seen in the stands pushing their children during ISOHSA matches in the past 12 months.

Eight-year-old ISOHSA currently occupies the second position in pool B of the 2023/24 MTN Elite Two championship. The club can boast of seven points from three games ahead of their match day four clash against Rangers of Bafut this Wednesday at the Limbe Centenary stadium.

The game is expected to attract other family members this Wednesday, especially because they are playing at home.

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