Members of Bui Strikers Veteran Football Club, BSVFC have been urged to be more committed and engaged in 2022.
The Secretary General of the club, Godlove Meye echoed the message of commitment on February 26 in Yaounde. It was during a solemn ceremony that was dedicated to the closing of sporting activities for the year, 2021 in the club.
“Today marks a very important day in the life of the veteran club because it is a day the club is officially closing activities of last year and reopening a new page for 2022. The only message is for the members to be more commitment and engagement in 2022. This will enable the club to attain its objectives,” Godlove Meye said.
Concerning sporting activities in 2022, the Secretary General said, “a lot has been earmarked and the President of the club, Adamu Wirngo will elaborate it together with the executive for the action plan will be unveiled in the coming days”
The end-of-year celebrations took place at the Yaounde Annex II stadium. Two football teams from the club, United FC and Rangers FC (two great names of football teams in the early 80s in Bui Division) played.
After a goalless draw at regular time, Rangers FC emerged victoriously in the penalty shootout claiming both the Cup and League titles.
The Golden Boot trophy above 35 years went to Aruna Banfogha while Basil Ngah grabbed the trophy below the 35 years. The Ballon D’or above 35 years went to Hyginus Sahka while Basil Ngah claimed the trophy below the 35 years.
The Golden Glove went to Adamu Wirngo. The man of the match above 35 years went to Adamu Wirngo and below 35 years to Gaston Dzemo. The best fan club trophy went to Ranger FC. Meanwhile, Emmanuel Shofola, one of BSVFC member also celebrated the trophy Bui strikers gave to him last year.
The end-of-year celebration was also an opportunity to chat, fellowship, and share a common meal with the family members. Bui Strikers Veteran Football Club is a registered club that trains every Saturday at the Cite Verde Neighbourhood in Yaounde.
With the vision of helping talented Bui youths attain the highest level of professional football and in turn contribute to the development of the division, BSVFC has it mission to identify Bui youths talented in sports and offer facilities and opportunities to become world-class professionals.
From 2007 to 2016, Bui Strikers Veteran Football Club organizes the Bui Sports Fans Competition that served as a forum of identifying, exposing, and promoting talents for development. Due to the crisis in the Northwest and Southwest Regions, it was suspended. Plans are on the way to relaunch the competition that was already in its 10th edition.
By Etienne Mainimo