By Beng Emmanuel
Cameroon Under-20 women’s head coach Josephine Mike Ndoumou has selected 23 players to face the Democratic Republic of Congo in the second round of African qualifiers for the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Costa Rica next year.
All twenty-three (23) players selected and the technical staff leave Cameroon this Thursday September 23, for Lubumbashi via the Douala international airport.
The list includes two goalkeepers, eight defenders, six midfielders, and seven forwards amongst them Awa FC star forward Brenda Tabe and FAP of Yaounde’s Lamine Mana.
Other prominent names in the 23 man squad include teenage shot-stopper Michaely Bihina, Naomi Leslie Eto’o, Confidence Bongben Buh, Enganambeng Annie Felicia, Nnanga Ebolo Raissa and Vision Sport of Bamenda defender Mague Ines.
Cameroon Women’s Under-20 team will face the Democratic Republic of Congo in the first leg of the Under-20 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Lubumbashi on the 25th of September.
The return leg comes up on October 9, in Yaoundé. The winner of the two-legged confrontation will sail through to the next round where they will stand a chance to qualify for the Under-20 Women’s World Cup schedule for Costa Rica between August 10-28, 2022.