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Rush Football Academy Bamenda began training on January 15, 2015 at the Big Mankon School Field in Bamenda

For some time now, Cameroon football is in turmoil. As the country looks for solutions to problems plaguing its football such as corruption, embezzlement, favoritism and amateurism, club administrators in the lower leagues continue to wonder if the country's football woes. The country that once dominated the continent's football is now the laughing stock of the world. In the midst of the turmoil, however, the country's professional football championships are on and going. But that is not the case with the regional football leagues still managed by the country's football federation (FECAFOOT). Faced with numerous problems, Rush Football Academy Bali last year decided to withdraw from all competitions organized by the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT). Cameroon Rush Soccer has now launched its new academy, Rush Football Academy Bamenda. Bamenda is the regional capital of the NW Region of Cameroon. The academy, which began training on January 15, 2015 at the Big Mankon School Field in Bamenda, is headed by veteran coach, Joko Evaristis Basua. Mr. Joko is holder of FIFA's 'A' license in coaching. Others include Joseph Agwa and Fombou Julius. The academy is open to kids between the ages of 6 and 13

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