Directors of Football grounds in the south west region of Cameroon except the Limbe Omnisport stadium have been asked to closed the grounds ahead of the next CAF inspection slated for July 2018.
An instruction to the stadium director of the Buea Molyko stadium from the director of infrastructure at the office of the minister of sports and physical education on Monday explained that the Buea- Molyko Omnisport ,Limbe middle farms and centenary stadia should be closed till further notice.
Speaking to mysoccer24.com,the director of the Buea Molyko Omnisport stadium, Njonje Simon explained that;the stadia will be closed to enhance the grass rejuvenation process and give the grass an attractive look as it was the case in the first CAF inspection visit ahead of the 2019 AFCON in Cameroon.
The 3 infrastructures which before now were use as home grounds by 6 professional clubs in Cameroon gets a chance for the grass to rejuvenate before the CAF stop slated for July 2018.
The South west regional league game which was slated to take place this weekend between Victoria United FC of Limbe and Maumu youth’s FC of Buea will be moved to a different venue.
It is the 3rd time in 3 years that a fixture involving Victoria United and Maumu youth’s FC in Limbe is having a decision related to it’s programation.
FECAFOOT’s administrative agent in the South west region,Besong Makia told mysoccer24.com they will enter negotiations to get another venue for the game and the Limbe Omnisport stadium is their priority for the game.
Centenary,middle farms and Buea Molyko stadia have been visited in one of two CAF inspection mission to Cameroon and will be used as training infrastructures for the 2019 football fiesta in Cameroon.