Rangers FC Bafut extends hand of fellowship to club players.

Players of Rangers FC Bafut

Rangers FC Bafut licensed players have received some food items from the management of the club.  The 35 players received these items Friday July 31, 2020, in the North West region of Cameroon. 

The gifts were handed by Cameroon's international striker Samuel Eto'o to the football governing body in Cameroon FECAFOOT to support players during this period of Coronavirus  which has halted sporting activities. 

Neba George, President of Rangers FC Bafut

Two litres of Groundnut oil, five kilograms of rice and 4 tins of sardine was the package handed to each player. 

The team comprise of 35 licensed players and the gifts provided was intended for 20 players per team. Due to the magnanimity of president Neba George Suh, all 35 players benefited. 

“This gift was intended for 20 players per club, but I have 35 licensed players so I collected the gifts and added so all can benefit.”

He appreciated this gesture and hopes for more in subsequent times. The league ended prematurely because of the coronavirus pandemic making players to be very disappointed 

“My players are really disappointed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The information I have given to them today is that they should stay safe, stay at home and wait for the right time to return to pitch.” president Neba elaborated. 

Quizzed about his plans for the next season, the president is determined and obtimistic to return to the pitch while encouraging his players to stay safe for eventual promotion to Elite two. Rangers FC of Bafut ended second in Group B of the North West regional league.
14 year-old left-back defender, Nzota Neddy feels delighted for the gifts and does exercises to stay ready. 

“To keep fit i always do some exercises to make sure I am always ready.”

This is the second club in the North West Regional League to distribute food items to all its licenced players after Rainbow FC. 


Anye Nde Nsoh

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