Cameroonian striker, leaves Norwegian side, Sandsviken

By Kiberu Sharif

Lionnes, Nchout Njoya Ajara has left Norwegian club, Sandsviken for Rivals, Valerenga after she reached an agreement with the club on Monday.

Born in Douala 25 years ago, Ajara was great for Sandsviken last season as they finished 4th while Valerenga ended the same championship in the 6th spot.

Sandsviken’s top scorer with 17 goals with one against her new club, explains her decision last season explains: “I appreciate Sandsviken’s for giving me the opportunity to discover the Norwegian Championship.”

“I join Valerenga because, they presented a 2 year success plan which I am interested in. The club wants to win titles and play in the Champions League, which is the dream of every young girl” Ajara told this reporter.

She joins Netherlands’ women’s team captain, Sherida Spitse who is also the Captain of the club. Ajara and Spitse will face each other in next summer’s World cup in France.

Angu Lesley is a Cameroonian football writer. He works with STV Cameroon and totalfoot24.com

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