By Ekema Njoku M
The Southwest Regional League (SWRL) smashes the accelerator as clubs to participate in this year’s championship have resumed training in order to differentiate themselves and be among the best.
That is what has pushed the management of Buea United FC alias “Mountain Boys” to hit the ground running.
The Mountain Boys resumed training January 22, for proper preparations to the 2018/2019 season, though the training sessions have not been jam-packed like other clubs, you could find some old players and a few new players who had come to begin the recruitment exercise as players of the club this season.
Speaking to the club President, Kadji Valery, “we will pick up from last year, even more serious and get to the Southwest Regional playoffs (Mini Interpoles), since we are a business club, we have projects in the pipeline to better the life and future these children of who have decided to take football as a career.
“Last season was not very bad but we could do more, I take responsibility for all that went wrong. This 2018/2019 season is going to be different because we will train and prepare well in order to pass the group stage and play the Mini Interpoles. Most especially, we want to market young talented players” Enang Severin BU head Coach told Atlantic Chronicles.
When asked about how he feels training for Buea United, Zebedee Mukete still on trial said, “training is moving smoothly, the physical work gives me everything to believe that I am moving on the right track and most especially the relationship between the players and that of the coach with players.”
The Mountain boys lost out to play last season’s playoffs because they fell short of three points on fourth spot behind Best Stars, Prisons FC, and Ajax Likomba. Putting the mistakes of last season behind, the management of the club has as ambition, to be amongst the best teams in the Southwest Regional League this new season.
Buea United FC states that it remains open to young talented footballers who have decided to play football and make a career out of the beautiful game.