By Sama Tanya
Cameroon’s Remy Tazifor recently joined Mass United Pro FC in the United States of America. Mass United Pro FC New England is one of the top clubs playing in the American soccer league.
The Defensive midfielder, Right back, Left Back was born on March 5th 1995 in the oceanic city of Limbe, in the South West Region of Cameroon. He attended Christ the King College Tiko, where he was convinced by the head coach Forbiwe Kenneth to join the school team at very tender age.
Remy carried on with his newly found ambition and was selected into New Hampshire Bobcats FC to train against the pre-season. After a few months of training, his head coach was thrilled by his performance. He signed his first professional contract and made his debut against Long Island Express FC.
After a successful season with New Hampshire Bobcats FC, his style of play caught the eye of Jim Antonakas, Mass United Pro FC owner. The defensive midfielder was offered a 1 year deal with Mass United Pro FC in 2017.
This daredevil had always been passionate about football. He played marvelously on the pitch and was nicknamed Adebayo back in college. Moreover, as a student of the Anglo-Saxon university of Buea, he was part of the football squad before traveling to the U.S.
Remy finally made it across the oceans to the United States to further his education. He started his football career in the US playing the premier development league (PDL) for 3 seasons with D.C United Reserves, Kokomo of Indiana and Baltimore Bohemians FC.
He also gains more professional experience training and playing with professional clubs like the Evergreen Diplomats FC. Under the tutelage of Micheal Arandia a professional coach for the diplomats, Remy benefited from his advice and insights.
Remy Tazifor thrives on making a magnificent career with his stamina, stability, and consistency in the arts of international football. ”I look up to Chelsea Konte as role model and dreams of signing bigger deals in Europe” He told Afrohustler