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FC Barcelona now coached by Tata Martino recorded its first victory of the season slamming a 7-0 win over  Valerenga. Cameroonian striker Jean-Marie Dongou Tsafack made a gamely and prodigious debut scoring two beguiling goals. His career in Cartalan is looking quite propitious. Worth-noting, he joined the team from Eto Foundation. His name features on Volke Finke’s new list of players to confront Libya in the last World cup qualifier in Yaounde.

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Fabrice Ondoa, a long-term replacement for Valdés?

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17-year-old Cameroonian goalie from Eto’o Foundation Joseph Fabrice Ondoa Ebogo, mostly known as Fabrice Ondoa is FC Barcelona’s gold. The Cameroonian, born in Yaoundé on December 24, 1995 is the most promising goalkeeper currently in the academy. As rumours get rife that Victor Valdes won’t renew his contract which ends in 2012 with the club, Fabrice Ondoa could be a possible replacement.

Ondoa has been playing for Barca since 2009 and is currently playing in Jordi Vinyals’ Juvenil A. The club picked him up after he played a string of tournaments in Spain between 2006 and 2008, where he won two tournaments in a row after losing two consecutive finals against a FC Barcelona team that included the likes of Deulofeu and Rafinha. The goalkeeper appeared to be a great talent, resulting in Barça picking him up a year later.

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Cameroonian prolific midfielder Alexandre Song has acquiesced in moving to Barcelona for a five-year-deal at the transfer fee of 19 Euros, a weekly wage nearly double from the £55,000 he used to earn at the Emirates Stadium. Alex Song, a product from SC  Bastia youth team moved to Arsenal on loan before sealing a permanent deal with the team. He is the seventh African soccer player to join the Catalan giants. His transfer to FC Barvelona shall absolutely ignite Cameroonian’s dying passion  for the club after the departure of Samuel Eto’o.

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