Sports Emilio Nsue will play with the National Nzalang On Wednesday at the Hotel Saratoga in Palma de Mallorca (Spain), the Real Mallorca player signed the document that commits him to play in the ranks of Equatorial Guinea.

07/03/2013

The Equatorial Guinean Football Federation (FEGUIFUT) signed on Wednesday in the city of Palma de Mallorca a contract with the player Emilio Nsue Lopez for him to join the ranks of the national team.

Among the terms of the contract, the player agrees to attend all convocations from the national team, while the FEGUIFUT agrees to bear all costs and incentives.

After the signing, which took place in the presence of Benjamin Zarandona Esono, former National Nzalang and Real Betis player, the protagonists spoke to reporters.

-"I am very happy to become part of the national team, and if it didn't happen before, it was because the previous partners did not make a serious proposal,"said Emilio Nsue. "I am going to play with the Nzalang to contribute my part and the fans can rest easy, because soon I will be in Malabo."

Domingo Mituy Edjang welcomed the decision of Emilio Nsue and in the same hotel, the President of the Federation held a reception for the player and the attendees, who later had a toast to the success of the National Nzalang.

Emilio Nsue will debut at the Malabo Stadium on March 24 with the national team in the match against Cape Verde, valid for the third round of qualifying rounds of the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014.

The operation Nzalang Triumph begins to bear fruit. In less than three months, the new FEGUIFUT President has hired coach Andoni Goikoetxea and the awaited Emilio Nsue. Now the challenge is obtain the player of Sampdoria, Pedro Mba Obiang, as soon as possible.

Text: David Monsuy Senior (Special Envoy to Palma de Mallorca).
Photos: David Monsuy and Benjamin Zarandona (D. G. Base Internet).
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office.

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