- Simo Gideon has joined Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA)
- The midfielder previous represented Cameroon at U-17 and U-20 categories
- Simo has played for Indomable, APEJES of Mfou and Sims of Bafoussam
- He could be available for ISOHSA from their MTN Elite Two championship games next week
- The club is expected to announce his acquisition when they finalize paperwork.
Newly-promoted MTN Elite 2 championship side Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) of Limbe have secured the services of exciting Cameroonian midfielder Simo Gideon, kick442.com has exclusively gathered.
The 17-year-old former APEJES of Mfou and Indomable defender and winger put pen to paper on Monday after impressing during a handful of training sessions with the Limbe outfit.
Simo, one-time deputy skipper of the U-17 Lions and currently part of the U-20 national selection will add to Ghangle Rattensi as the other left footed option for the club throughout the 2023/24 season.
The former Cameroon U-17 international shared the dressing room in that category with Brighton and Hove Albion’s Carlos Baleba Noom Quomah, Mughe Francois Regis of Olympique Marseille, Aboubakar Nagida of Stade Rennes plus Dijon duo Nkamga Jean and Dalbai Mohamed.
Simo, who has also had a stint at Sims of Bafoussam reunites with his former club colleague Ivan Yatchet Berthault and former colleague in the U-17 Lions colleague Mbeng Joel who could likely pen for the People’s Royal Elephants as the club is nicknamed.
ISOHSA will face Djiko FC in their second game of the MTN Elite Two championship this Wednesday at the Limbe Centenary stadium.
The club will be without Simo on Wednesday against Djiko as they hope to make it two wins in two games while the player’s licence is being processed.
The dead-ball specialist will become the ninth new signing to join the squad of 21 players retained from the interpools winning team of two months ago.
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