Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Cameroon cancel league season names PWD Bamenda as champions

PWD Bamenda champions of Cameroon as season cancelled

Cameroon has cancelled the remainder of its league season and declared pioneers PWD Bamenda as champions, the nation's football league said on Tuesday. 

Cameroon is the eighth African nation to desert intends to continue the season, which has been curtailed by the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Bamenda was leading Coton Game by a solitary point and had likewise played one match less when the title was suspended in mid-March. There were six rounds still to finish. 

It is a first title for the club from the nation's north-west area, who currently meets all requirements for next season's African Champions League

No team will be relegated from the top flight, the federation included, however, the two top teams in the lower division are elevated to an extended 20-group class next season. 

Leagues in Angola, Burkina Faso, Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Mauritius and Niger have effectively dropped the remainder of their season as African football thinks about the effect of the coronavirus.




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