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Cup of Cameroon 2023: PWD SC to camp in Limbe, three friendlies envisaged

By Njieti in Buea 

A least three friendlies envisaged
PWD Social Club of Bamenda is expected in Limbe on Monday 11 September 2023. The team is going to Limbe to camp ahead of the Cup of Cameroon final announced for Sunday September 24, 2023 in Yaoundé against Fovu of Baham.
PWD Social Club of Bamenda 

The Hilltop Mail has gathered from sources close to the team that, during the close
to two weeks camping, the Abakwa Boys will play not fewer than three official preparatory matches. Amongst the teams mentioned is newly promoted Elite One side Victoria United. Opopo is said to be in good form as they have been preparing for the new season thus making them a good preparatory partner for the Abakwa boys.  

PWD SC is traveling to Limbe with not fewer than 30 players.

Though beaten by the same PWD at the Quarter Finals of the cup of some months back, Dynamo FC with a new head coach, Yves Clement Arroga has accepted to challenge PWD in a friendly. Arroga who is searching for the best combination for the Douala team next season will certainly not be taking the friendly for granted. Avion of Nkam and Bamboutos FC are also on the list though the Mangwa boys remain uncertain.

PWD Bamenda will be playing a record two cup of Cameroon finals in two years. 


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