Onguene Gabrielle Aboudi — CSKA player
Women's
Football Club
Russia Cup
2017
2022
2023
Russia Champion
2019
2020
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Cameroon
25.02.1989
58 kg
152 cm
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Stats

Tournament Games Minutes Scored goals
Russian Championship. Superliga-2024 1 77 1 0 0
1 77 1 0 0
Russian Championship. Superliga-2024
Games
1
Minutes
77
1
0
0
Всего
Games
1
Minutes
77
Scored goals
1
0
0
News about Aboudi Onguene

News

18.11.2021
Cameroon national team captain extended her contract with our club.
News about Aboudi Onguene

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Other
Club
Russian Championship
2015
2016
African Women's Cup of nations
2012
2014
2016
2018
African Games
2011
2015
Winline Supercup Russia
2021
2022
2023
Russian Championship
2019
2020
2021
2022
2023
Russian Cup
2017
2020
2022
2023

Biography

Born in Douala, Aboudi Onguéné began playing football with boys in her neighborhood as a child. She was spotted and recruited to play for girls' club, Ngondi Nkam Yabassi. While playing in a tournament for the club, she was spotted by Canon Yaoundé and began playing for the team in 2005. Aboudi Onguéné played for Louves Miniproff de Yaoundé in the top-division Cameroonian league and helped the team win the national championship in 2009, 2010, and 2011. Aboudi Onguéné signed with Rossiyanka in Russia's top division league for the 2015 season. Her six goals in ten appearances ranked third in the league and helped the team finish in second place. During the 2016 season, she scored 6 goals in 13 games helping the team finish first in the league with a 11–2–2 record. Aboudi Onguéné signed with CSKA Moscow ahead of the 2017 season. Her 9 goals in 14 appearances tied for second highest in the league. The team finished in fourth place with a 9–4–1 record. During the 2018 season, she scored 3 goals in 13 appearances. Aboudi Onguéné scored her first goal of the 2019 season against Zvezda Perm on May 9 helping the team win 3–1. Aboudi Onguéné has represented Cameroon on the Cameroonian national team since 2008 after being scouted at the age of 15.[10] In 2011, she helped the team win gold at the All-Africa Games in Mozambique. During the semi-final against South Africa, she scored the game-winning goal. Aboudi Onguéné competed at the 2012 London Olympics and scored the team's lone goal in the tournament. At the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada, she scored an equalizer in the team's 2–1 win over Switzerland and was named Player of the Match. She was voted best player at the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations. As of 2018, Aboudi Onguéné has been nominated for African Women's Footballer of the Year four consecutive times. At the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France, Aboudi Onguéné scored an equalizer against the Netherlands during the team's second group stage match.