Legendary Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon shot stopper Annette Flore Ngo Ndom, has quit the game as an athlete, bringing to an end a 17-year playing career.
We understand the 37-year-old took the decision a few weeks back and informed Amazone FAP management. They didn’t hesitate to contract their custodian in the past five seasons as their goalkeeper trainer. Ngo joins another ex international Josephine Ndoumou Mike in the FAP dugout.
Former Indomitable Lioness – Annette Ngo Ndom🇨🇲
The Guinness Super league legend is now goalkeeper coach at Amzone FAP FC pic.twitter.com/L7MGoK9a02
— Un Bami Qui Tweete🇨🇲 (@evra_geraud) February 4, 2023
Ngo added the Guinness Super League goalkeeper of the season award to her collection at the end of the 2021/22 campaign. She has called it time on a glittering career spent on the books Cameroon and some European clubs.
Winner of the Slovakian League and cup double in FK Union Nové Zámky in 2014, Annette was at excellent keeper at her Prime. She made the International Federation of Football History and Statistics team of the decade between 2011 -2020.
The 2016 TotalEnergies Women’s African Cup of Nations (AWCON) goalkeeper of the tournament won 47 caps for Cameroon and appeared in varies major tournaments.
She represented Cameroon at three AWCON, two FIFA World Cup tournaments, the 2011 All Africa games in Brazzaville and the 2012 London Olympics games.
Ngo joins a network of the 2016 AWCON finalists that have dust their cleats. She is widely considered as Cameroon’s best keeper of all time.
She will combine her new role at FAP with doing the same with Cameroon’s U17 girls team. She was made goalkeeper trainer that category of Cameroon team sometimes last year.
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