MTN ELITE ONE REVIEW: Playoff Places, Relegated Teams confirmed!

Finally, the long and exhilarating MTN ELITE ONE SEASON ended, at least for most teams, as the last round of games for the regular season were played on the weekend of 29th and 30th April 2023. 

MTN ELITE ONE REVIEW: Playoff Places, Relegated Teams confirmed!

MTN ELITE ONE REVIEW: Playoff Places, Relegated Teams confirmed!

The last round of games confirmed the teams relegated to the lower division and the teams participating in the playoffs (both relegation and championship playoffs). 

Which teams have been relegated from the MTN ELITE ONE CHAMPIONSHIP?

The loser in that relegation playoff game between YOSA and Colombe will become the fifth relegated Team. The relegated teams are:

Group A:  Avion Academy FC & Rennaissance  de Ngoumou (relegation Playoff spot: Eding Sports de la Lekie)

Group B: Yafoot of Yaounde & Dragon FC De Yaounde (relegation playoff spot: Yong Sports Academy)

Which teams have qualified for the Championship playoffs?

The playoffs run from the 14th to the 21st of May, 2023, and will be played at the Douala Reunification Stadium. The qualified teams are:
Group A: Canon Sportif De Yaounde & Coton Sports of Garoua 

Group B: Gazelle FC de Garoua & Bamboutous De Mbouda

Facts and Stats of the 2022/23 MTN ELITE ONE SEASON

This Season saw a significant increase in the quality of games, and the entertainment value was commendable. Better pitches and a more professional organization ensured a greater public interest in the local leagues.
Here are some key stats about the just-ended MTN ELITE ONE CHAMPIONSHIP:
  • Total Number of goals scored: 466 (averaging 2.12 goals per game)
  • There were more goals scored in the second half (256) compared to the first half (210)
  • Best Attack - Apejes de Mfou ( 32 goals scored)
  • Worst attack - Eding Sport de la Lekie (12 goals scored)
  • Best defense - Bamboutous De  Mbouda (12 goals conceded)
  • Worst defense - Dragon (34 goals conceded)
  • Highest goal scorer - Emmanuel Mahop (Canon of Yaoundé)
So here we are, your 2022/23 MTN ELITE ONE REVIEW with some key stats to go with it. Our attention now turns to the playoffs and the upcoming qualification games for the African Nations Championship.


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