11 years since it last won the Cameroon elite one championship, Union Sportive de Douala looks forward to lifting a sixth league title in the upcoming season.
The Kamakai Nassara have set this amongst other things as the club’s objectives for 2024, as its executive had a sitting in Cameroon’s Economic capital, Douala, for an Ordinary general assembly on Sunday, August 27, 2023.
Here, President Polycarpe Kemogne highlighted administrative lapses, team instability, health challenges, poor coaching environment, as the main reasons behind a failed 2022/2023 football season.
Haven recognized these flops, a new executive was set in place to help champion the club’s objective for the forthcoming season.
This new bureau has ensured the recruitment of players, employed a capable coaching bench, which will install discipline, ensure professional organization of games and supervise the evolution of the youth Academy.
The general assembly was also an avenue for its general Manager, Joël Babanda, to present the new staff consisting of Women, Youth, Senior and Reserve squads.
With this new truckload of responsibilities, the executive voted 168 millions frs as the total budget, with 20 million FCFA raised on Sunday. An outcome pleasing to President Polycarp
“I am satisfied with the work done today. We miss winning trophies, we are determined this year to win a title for the season, for the happiness and pride of all our supporters who have been deprived of this joy for over 11 years. We will work hard to do this season becomes the best,” He explains.
At the end of the day, Prince Emmanuel Ngassa Happi , President of the Elite committee, cautions the new leaders to produce results as the sole desire of the fans is to see Union at the top of the football pyramid in Cameroon.
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