- Albert Tiku Egbe has signed a two-year contract with ISOHSA of Limbe
- The playmaker had offers from seven clubs within the country but opted to continue his development in an environment he matters
- The play has resumed pre-season with the rest of the squad
- He will make his debut in Elite football next season
- It’s in the club’s mind to move the player abroad before the end of his new contract
Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe have secured the future of exciting potential indomitable Lions of Cameroon forward, Albert Tiku Egbe, the club announced on Tuesday via it’s social media handles.
kick442.com had announced the deal earlier this month, bringing an end to interest from Canon Yaounde, Stade Renard, PWD of Bamenda, Cotonsport, Bamboutos FC, Colombe of Dja among others.
The forward, who joined ISOHSA from Destiny Restoration Sports Academy as an 18-year-old in 2022 had a breakthrough season under coach Nlend Ayme.
Last season, Tiku scored 11 goals in all competitions, including five at the national interpools to earn the best scorer and best player awards, having arrived at the August event as the most valuable player in the Southwest Regional championship.
Tiku was courted by a number of clubs, some of them held talks with the player and ISOHSA officials, but couldn’t put forth a convincing sports development plan for the player.
The player’s decision to stay enhances his chance to continue his development in the environment that has given him maximum trust and confidence so far in his career.
Tiku is expected to play a key role in ISOHSA’s first-ever Elite 2 season when the championship commences as planned on October 14.
The former EEMSA 22 forward has joined his mates in training as pre-season heats up at the Limbe Community Field.
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