By Basil K Mbuye
The president of Southwest Regional League side Valery Kadji after seeing his team missed out on the lone Pool B ticket to be in this year’s Southwest Mini Interpools, sent a word of appreciation to football stakeholders in the region.
The Mountain Boys who played their last game away from home in Tiko took the lead in the mouthwatery encounter but failed to close their backdoor with just 6 minutes to the end of the game.
After picking the draw, the Mountain Boys slipped today the fourth position with 15 points in 10 games. The draw also saw the club remaining unbeaten in their last three games.
The club this year, played 10 games, won 3, drew 6 and suffered just a single defeat which was against local side Mount Cameroon FC.
They scored a total of 15 goals,conceding 7 to have a goal difference of 8 goals. A feat the club has not had for a long time.
Reacting to this, Kadji said: ” I want to thank the entire Southwest football family. Most especially the Southwest FECAFOOT, club presidents, journalist and all who put the effort to make this year a success. Buea United humble remain in defeat as well as in victory. It was a very difficult year for us but we promise to come back strong next year.