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Indomitable Lionesses jet off to Turkey ahead of Olympic Playoff showdown against Chile

Indomitable Lionesses jet off to Turkey ahead of Olympic Playoff showdown against Chile

by Agnes Amondi

The Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon have jetted off to Antalya, Turkey for their re-scheduled inter-continental Olympic play-off against Chile scheduled for April 10 and 13.

Head coach Alan Djeumfa named a squad of 25 players for the two legged tie which will be played at a neutral venue at the Arslan Zeki Demirci Stadium.

Atletico de Madrid’s Ajara Njoya Nchout, CSKA Moscow’s Gabrielle Oungene and Raissa Feudjo headline the travelling party.

Cameroon missed out on a direct qualification slot after it lost to Zambia in the fifth and final round of the CAF Olympic Qualifiers. The Copper Queens qualified on an away goal rule (4-4) after a 2-1 victory in Lusaka and a 3-2 win away.

Alan Djeumfa will be hoping to take his charges back to the Olympics since London 2012 as Chile look to book a first ever ticket to the Summer games.

Travelling Squad

Goalkeepers:

Bawou Ange (Louves Minproff), Biyina Michaelly (Eclair Filles De Sa’a), Ayangma Pauline (FC Ebolowa)

Defenders:

Kouesse Magoumkoua (AWA FF), Edjangue Siliki (Ebolowa FC), Ndzana Collette (Eclair Filles De Sa’a), Njolle Alvine (Caiman Football Filles), Estelle Johnson (Sky Blue USA), Mambo Lame (GD Juan Grande – Spain) Awona Marie (Reims – France), Mayi Kit Esther (Reims – France)

Midfielders:

Omboudou Brigitte (Amazone FAP), Endalle Emilienne (Caiman Filles De Douala), Adama Raissa (Louves Minproff), Ngo Beleck Genevieve (FC Kiryat Gat Israel) Meyong Menene (Louves Minproff), Feudjio Raissa ( Dranadilla Tenerife) Ngock Yango (Guingamp – France)

Forwards:

Lamine Mana (Amazone FAP), Ngo Back Batoum (Louves Minproff), Bengono Catherine (Amazone FAP), Djuka Chanelle (Tokyo University), Akaba Michelle (Sochaux – France), Nchout Ajara (Atletico Madrid – Spain), Aboudi Onguene (CSKA Moscow – Russia)

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