He is called César Tchagha’a and is of Cameroonian origin. The man, on the left of Emmanuel Madoang Kessack, formerly the Cameroon national team’s fame (pictured), was born in Douala on 18 February 1988. He is passionate about sport and has an impressive capacity for memorization and Restitution of the history of most of the great names of African football and especially Cameroonian football.
César Tchagha’a kindly shared with us an experience on his enormous knowledge regarding the story of Samuel Eto’o Son. He tells Brio about Samuel Eto’o’s journey from his place of residence in Yaounde until his arrival in Douala, or his first steps in Cameroon’s football schools, his hatching as one of the Great players in the world.
With no document to support, César Tchagha’a refers solely to his memory to accurately and accurately reproduce the footballer’s past. He had also done it for Maboang Kessack, Patrick Mboma, Gérémi Ndjitap and several other indomitable.
César is anonymous thanks to a video posted on Facebook last month. In his video, he returns to the glorious course of the Indomitable Lions at the 2000 African Cup of Nations. Cameroon won the penalty shoot-out in front of Nigeria.
This competition narrated by Caesar down to the last detail was seen nearly 100,000 times, with about 5,000 shares for about twenty miles of “like”. Since that day, Cesar has become another person on social networks.
We share with you a video where this young native of Douala retraces the brilliant course of Samuel Eto’o.