Cameroon’s Elite One side Feutcheu FC of Djiko-Bandjoun has signed former Buea United FC gaffer Njuku Ntow Barnabas as the Assistant Coach in charge of physical preparations.
The one time player of Ekona Farmers FC in the Southwest region penned a one yeat deal today and will be looking forward to start a new adventure in his coaching career.
Ealier this year, Continental Football Academy appointed the former Buea United FC president/coach Njuku Barnabas as the club’s new technical director.
Few months in the post, Njuku later on joined Tiko United where he helped them qualified for the Southwest Mini Interpools for the first time in seven years.
However, they failed to grab the ticket to represent the region at the national playoff as they were eliminated by eventual Southwest representative Victoria United.
Njuku is a highly decorated coach, having spent majority of his career in Buea, coaching clubs in the Southwest Regional League.
He was omce the coach of Maumu Youth FC where he spent one year at the helm, successfully guiding the club to their maiden Southwest Mini Interpools finals last year before stepping down as coach in 2018.
Njuku Barnabas during his days as a player, played with Elect Sport of Limbe, Tiko United, Ekona Farmers and Contractors FC.
He is a CAF License A holder (qualifies him to coach out of Cameroon), FIFA Beach soccer Certified Coach, FIFA FUTSAL Certified Coach, FIFA Physical Preparator among others.