The star player of the Indomitable Lionesses still has not joined the rest of the team to five weeks of the start of the Women Africa Cup of Nations.
A delegation of the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) is currently in Europe to secure the release of Gaëlle Enganamouit and other players with their respective clubs so that they can get in training with the rest of the national team. The issue is that the player, African Golden Ball in 2015, as well as other professionals are still retained by their clubs to five weeks of the start of the AFCON 2016 which will be played from 19 November to 3 December.
The delegation of FECAFOOT led by Blaise Moussa, Secretary General, should notably meet the leaders of Gabrielle Aboudi Onguéné, champion of Russia with Rossiyanka and Gaëlle Enganamouit, player of Rosengård in D1 of Sweden, engaged with their clubs in the Champions League, reveals Camfoot.com
There are also professionals like Avine Njolle of FC Minsk in Belarus, also engaged in C1. Meanwhile the French Legion is in full championship including Marie Auréle Awana (Soyaux), Luce Ndolo Ewele (Guingamp), Falone Meffometou and Yvonne Leuko (Arras FC), Jeannette Ngock Yango (Brest), Agathe Ngani Agnes Nkada and Catherine Bengono (FC Lorient), Michele Ngono Mani (FC Aurillac), we learn.
However, women AFCON is not included in the FIFA calendar, the clubs are not obliged to release the girls. The coach Carl Enow Ngachu is nevertheless optimistic: “We are in contact with these clubs, as well as the Federation is putting the package to find that our players join the team early. These professionals will be there by the end of October. “
Currently training in Mali, the Indomitable Lionesses beat the local national team (1-0) on Thursday in the evaluation match. The next meeting between the two teams will be held next Sunday. Other international friendly matches are scheduled to finalize the preparation of Cameroon for the tenth edition of the women AFCON.