(Belga) After an early split in Molde, after two days of the Conference League, La Gantois has 4 goals out of 6 in Group F. But for that, the Buffaloes will have to beat defending Irish champions and leaders Shamrock Rovers. Thursday. of the Championship, on paper the group’s most approachable rival.
Michael Ndageu is wary of Shamrocks who authored a division one against Juggardens on day one. “We certainly cannot underestimate them, they are a team that can play football,” the defender told a press conference on Wednesday. It took the Gent defense nine matches this season before keeping a clean sheet on the scoreboard. Since then, in their last four outings, the Buffaloes have conceded nothing against Molde, Anderlecht and Sulte Waregem, with the Buffaloes only conceding in a trip to Charleroi. “It’s true that we conceded a lot of goals, but these last two games give us confidence to not concede. For a defence, that’s important, even if it’s to win in the end.” The 31-year-old Ngadayu plays almost every season with La Gantois. Cameroon coach Rigobert Song did not call him up for the friendlies against Uzbekistan and South Korea. “In consultation with the national coach, it has been decided not to play these international friendlies,” the Indomitable Lion explained to the 53 selections. “I feel fine, no injury, but I’m resting for the rest of the season and the important games to come.” (belga)
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