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Ange Koko and Raissa Feudjio renew with UDG Tenerife

Ange Koko and Raissa Feudjio renew their contract with UDG Tenerife. They will stay on Canary islands for two more years, until 2023.

Ange Koko, Ivory coast international has become an indisputable member of Francis Díaz’s team, bringing experience and speed to the right wing. The 30-year-old currently has a goal and assist on her count in the current season.

“When the club offered me a contract renewal I didn’t think twice, I accepted without hesitation because I like this project, which is growing all the time, and I like life on the island. The people are very friendly and support us a lot, hopefully we can celebrate more success,” explains Koko.

Raissa Feudjio is slowly returning after the injury, having played on 5 matches this season. The 25-year-old has also been called again for Cameroon national team where she has been a key player for the last few seasons.

“I’m very happy to be part of this great team. Since I arrived in 2018 I have felt very supported, I thank all the staff, management and teammates for their help in adapting to the island. I’m happy here and I want to succeed,” Feudjio added.


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