- Mbock Maput won the Southwest Regional Championship on two occasions
- He was a part of ISOHSA’s technical crew at the successful 2023 national interpools following a last minute addition
- The former Nkwazi FC of Zambia and Little Foot FC of Tiko midfielder will serve as the technical director of the whole ISOHSA project
- He will complement the above-mentioned role with the regular deputy trainer task
Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe have appointed Joseph Mbock Maput as their new director of football operations.
The move was confirmed this week after he put pen to paper on a two-year contract at the end of weeks of negotiations with management of the club.
The move marks the return of coach Mbock to management after a one-year spell during which he was just an observer of the game.
The budding young manager with huge experience will work in a familiar territory as he was a part of technical crew during the national interpools last July to complement the technical crew achieve the unthinkable feat of interpools champions.
kick442.com understands the retired midfielder great and former Victoria United FC trainer who took OPOPO to the semi-final of the 2017 Cup of Cameroon will deal with specific aspects of development of the team’s play style, in addition to complementing the efforts of head coach Nlend Ayme plus fitness coach Teteh Edwin and goalkeeper trainer Mwambo Awolos in training and matches to enhance a better ISOHSA performance.
ISOHSA are set for a historic fundraising congress this Friday at 1PM at the Limbe City Council Hall.
The club’s CEO Karl Njomo Mokake is expected to announce their full technical crew at the event expected to pull people of all works of life in Limbe and beyond including the attention of PM Chief Joseph Dion Ngute.
Kick442.com had earlier announced that coach Nlend Ayme who led the team through the promotion campaign had signed a two-year contract while Tetet Edwin joined the crew as fitness coach.
We understand coach Awolos aka Moto has signed a new one-year contract as the goalkeeper trainer.
Eight-year-old ISOHSA will make their bow in professional football on Saturday, October 28 at the historic Limbe Centenary stadium when they welcome Panthere of Nde in a crunch match day one fixture of the 2023/24 MTN Elite Two championship.
Captain Brice Tabi Ashu and co will follow that up with another home game against Djiko FC before traveling to Douala to confront Leopard Soortif on match day three.
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