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Wilson Ngange commits to ISOHSA with new contract signed

by Lesley Ngwa
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Wilson Ngange Junior has signed a new two-year contract with Elite 2 newbie Isle of Hope Sports Academy (ISOHSA) ahead of the club’s pre-season to start on Monday in Limbe.

After an impressive 2021/22 season, where the midfielder played a pivotal role to set the standards for the promotion season, Ngange has now committed his future to ISOHSA by signing a deal to stay at the club until at least 2025.

Despite missing games due to health and injury, the potential Cameroon international helped the club reach the cherished Elite 2 championship as champions of the national interpools.

On signing his new deal, the midfielder said: ‘It’s a massively proud moment for myself and my family. I joined this club with determination to play Elite football for the first team one day. I’m really looking forward to the coming season now and working hard to have an impact.”

Ngange will compete for his place in midfield when the season gets underway in October.

So far, Eben Tomi, Ashu Brice Tabi, Tebug Kingsley, Albert Tiku Egbe, Ivan Berthauld, Ashu Kelvin Mbah, Dieudonne Sousia, Dieudonne Onege of the promotion squad have renewed their contracts.

ISOHSA’s have announced resumption of training for September 11.

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