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Gaëlle Enganamouit Retires From Football

Veteran Indomitable Lionesses striker, Gaëlle Enganamouit has decided to call it day and retire from professional football with immediate effect.

Veteran Indomitable Lionesses striker, Gaëlle Enganamouit has decided to call it day and retire from professional football with immediate effect.

The 27-year-old striker, who made her debut for the national team back in 2010, has scored 10 goals for the Cameroon Women’s National Team at the international level, making her Indomitable Lionesses fourth all-time top scorer.

The 2015 CAF Women’s footballer of the year has been clubless following her release by Spanish outfit Maraga in April 2019.

Reports have it the former Avaldsnes IL striker was targeting a move for Olympique de Marseille and Montpellier Herault SC, but plans have not gone as expected, forcing her to quit.

Enganamouit announced her retirement on social media on Tuesday morning, abruptly ending her remarkable football career.

In a post on her verified Facebook account, the forward wrote: “End thanks for all”

Considered one of the most decorated players in Cameroon football, Enganamouit, joined Malaga in February 2019 on a one-year deal from Norwegian side Avaldsnes IL.

The contract would end two months later due to nagging injury that saw her just make only two appearances in the Spanish league.

Enganamouit played for Indomitable Lionesses for almost a decade and she is remembered for guiding Cameroon to a third-place finish at the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations.

She also won the 2011 All African games in Maputo and finished runners-up at the 2012, 2014 and 2016 AFCON tournament.

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