After the promotion of Enow Ngachu to the position of general director of the National Football Academy (Anafoot), the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) did not take long to find a replacement. In the wave of texts signed by Tombi A Roko and made public on Friday, June 2, 2017, Joseph Briand Ndoko inherits the national women’s football team.
The promotion of the technician who was former head coach of Aigle royal de la Menoua as the boss of the sidelines of the reigning African vice-champions, is perceived by his colleagues as a well-deserved reward. Confirmed coach of El Pacha two seasons ago, he built in a difficult environment a conquering group that was among the most formidable championship Cameroon. Coton Sport probably remembers his defeat back and forth last season, in front of the Menoua raptor driven by Joseph Ndoko.
Bertin Ebwelle and Ashu Bessong thanked.
Cyprian Ashu Bessong and Bertin Ebwelle were disembarked from the lead of the U20 Lions and the U17s after their mediocre run at the African Cups of the respective categories. They are replaced by Ousmanou Christophe and Diallo Siéwé, previously head coach of Union sportive de Douala.
- Lions A ‘: Rigobert Song Bahanag
- Lions U23: Richard Towa
- Lions U20: Ousmanou Christophe
- Lions U17: Siéwé Joseph
- Lions U15: Essama Ebogo
- Indomitable Lionesses: Joseph Briand Ndoko
- U20 ladies: Charles Kamdem