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Cameroon – Gaëlle Enganamouit: Awaited as a messiah, the superstar will arrive Cameroon tomorrow Thursday

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Written by Deckson N.

Three days before the Women AFCON in Yaounde, the Cameroon team is still preparing without its best offensive asset, Gaëlle Enganamouit, who is still retained by FC Rosengard, her professional club in Sweden.

After the end of the Swedish championship less than three weeks ago, the Cameroonian international striker and her teammates immediately started on the European continent, the Champions League named “Women UEFA Champions League “. In this context, FC Rosengard received on Wednesday 16 November 2016, in Slavia Praha of the Czech Republic for a return match of the 1/8 finals. In the first leg match played on Thursday 10 November, the Swedish club had won three goals to one. Gaëlle Enganamouit scored in the 44th minute, the third goal of FC Rosengard on penalty kick. It is her second goal in three games, since her return from injury last October.

Removed from the playgrounds in April 2016 due to a knee injury, she spent six months without competition. While we were questioning the capacity of the former member of Lorema de Yaounde to return to her best level, shortly after her return from injury, Gaëlle Enganamouit is proving that she returned with almost all her resources.

Good news for her fans and the national team of Cameroon who await her as the messiah for the AFCON 2016. Retained by her professional club notwithstanding a request for release introduced by the Cameroonian Football Federation, the club management Employer finally agreed to release Gaelle Enganamouit on Wednesday after the match against Slavia Praha. Thus, the best scorer of the Indomitable Lionesses will arrive in Cameroon tomorrow Thursday, November 17, 2016. Thus, she will integrate the den just two days before the inaugural match of the AFCON which will they will oppose at the Ahamdou Ahidjo stadium of Yaounde, Egypt. The fans of the Cameroonian selection now cross the fingers hoping that despite this late arrival, Gaëlle Enganamouit will not take time to regain her sense of purpose with the indomitable Lionesses of women’s football.

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