- Dieudonne Nke who was coach of Canon Yaoundé when they won the top-flight championship in 2002 is joining PWD
- The ex-TKC Goalkeeper cum trainer will replace Roger Constantine Bep
- Nke has traveled to Bamenda to sign a new two-year-deal
The management of PWD of Bamenda has appointed Dieudonne Nke as the new head coach of the club in replacement of Roger Constantine Bep who parted ways on Thursday.
Coach Nke will lead a technical crew of seven persons including Tama Wango, Anumewa Frankline among others.
Coach Anumewa, who previously worked with Foncha Street and YOSA of Bamenda will complement Ndjiena Fred Patrick as he walks through as goalkeeper while Woumeni Guy Bertrand team manager.
Damkam Patrice retains the Team Doctor role ahead of the 2023/24 MTN Elite One championship season.
PWD have flipped last Sunday’s Cup of Cameroon final defeat against Fovu and switch their attention
Bep himself is also in the rumor mill of a number of clubs including Racing of Bafoussam and UMS of Loum.
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