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Kondogbia Omitted From Central African Republic Friendlies

Central African Republic national team captain Geoffrey Kondogbia has been omitted from the squad that will face Tanzania and Sudan.

The Les Fauves are set to face the two East African nations in a FIFA international friendly matches slated for March 23 and March 27, 2021 respectively.

Central African Republic will play the two friendlies without influential Athletic Madrid midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia due to club commitments.

The 29-year-old recently worked on his return to his team after recovering a muscle injury which he had sustained the clash with Celta Vigo back in February.

It is the fourth time Kondogbia will not be featuring in Raoul Savoy’s plans after also being left out in the team that played in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

Experienced goalkeeper Prince Samolah will not make it in time for the trip due to issues with his travel documents.

Former Cameroon youth internationals Samuel Nlend and Nzogue Desire have earned their maiden call-ups to the squad after switching their allegiance to Central African Republic.

France-based Georgino M’Vondo of Angoulême Charente FC is one of the six forwards, alongside former Democratic Republic of Congo international Lobi Manzoki who turns for Uganda Premier League side Vipers SC.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Emmanuel Takolingba (AS Tempête Mocaf), Cédric Zouangba (DFC 8ème Arrondissement), Désiré N’Zogué (New Stars of Douala).

Defenders: Saint-Cyr Ngam Ngam (DFC 8ème Arrondissement), Sadock Ndobé (AS Tempête Mocaf), Flory Yangao (Olympic Real de Bangui), Thibault Ban (Anges de Fatima)Freeman Niamathé (Red Star Bangui FC), Peter Abraham Guinari (FC Pipinsried), Sidney Dambakizi (Anges de Fatima), Cyriaque Mayounga-Ngolou (FK Senica), Hugo Gambor(Paris FC), Bissafi Dotté (Campbell Fighting Camels football), Rayan Kadima (FC Stade Lausanne Ouchy)

Midfielders: Tresór Toropité (DFC 8ème Arrondissement), Jannick Jospin Gaopandia(Anges de Fatima), Melky-Jerede Ndokomandji (Olympic Real de Bangui), Isaac Ngoma (Anges de Fatima), Brad Thomas Pirioua (Atlético Porcuna CF), Theodor Yawanendji (Gasogi United), Soleil Mongolobao (Olympic Real de Bangui)

Forwards: Georgino M’Vondo Ze (Angoulême Charente FC), Samuel Nlend )Futuro Kings FC), Karl Maxence Namnganda (Les Herbiers VF), Christopher Fourmy (Stade Poitevin FC), Severin Tatolna (Skellefteå FF), Lobi Manzoki (Vipers SC)




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