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Onege Nkongho: worth the sweat, blood and process

by Lesley Ngwa
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The past month for exciting young winger Dieudonne Onege Nkongho has been a stuff of dreams.

The talented wingman who hails from Tiko, a town well known for God-given football talents, broke down to tears after ISOHSA’s win over Pouma FC on Thursday.

Onege was thrown into the fray by gaffer, Nlend Ayme after skipper, Ashu Brice was unable to continue in the electrifying semi final game.

The youngster helped the team in its game management, attacking alongside Albert Tiku and Tomi Eben, as well as keeping the ball when needed.

Flashback to the South West regional mini-interpool final which got ISOHSA at the national Interpools in the first place, it was Dieudonne Onege who struck home a late winner over kumba City FC.

Onege is noted for bringing on the X factor after pulling off the sweater at the border between paint and field. The lad has done damage every other time when called upon, with one assist to his name at the national Interpools.

In contention for a place in the starting line up with Eben Tomi and Albert Tiku, Onege hasn’t for once dropped his head in the competition.

The latter’s low center of gravity and tremendous burst of pace has worried all adversaries.

With Eben Tomi injured before the final on Sunday, Onege could regain a starting berth in the team.

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