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|Full name||Colince Ngaha Poungoue|
|Date of birth||April 26, 1981|
|Place of birth||Cameroon|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2016||Nyva-V Vinnytsia (interim)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 30 November 2017|
Colince Ngaha Poungoue (born 26 April 1981, Cameroon) is a retired Ukrainian professional football striker of Cameroonian descent and manager. He became the first Afro-Ukrainian athlete who was appointed a head coach of professional club in Ukraine.
During the 2008 summer transfer season, he transferred to Zorya from Moldovan Premier League side Nistru Otaci. Due to an injury in 2008, Colince only played one game at the top league scoring his first and his last goal at the Ukrainian Premier League. Later he managed to recover and transferred to FC Stal Alchevsk in 2010. Until dissolution in 2015, he played at the Alchevsk club. After that moved back to Podillia (Vinnytsia).
In 2016 Ngaha has acted as a head coach after dismissal of Solovyanenko.
In 2019 he was already appointed as a full-pledged head coach of the club.
In August 2017 Colince Ngaha got a Ukrainian citizenship.
- Artem Tsyhanenko. In Cameroon my appointment caused a big stir: the revelations of the first in the history Afro-Ukrainian, the head coach of the PFL club («В Камеруне мое назначение вызвало большой ажиотаж»: откровения первого в истории афроукраинца — главного тренера клуба ПФЛ). Sport Arena. 10 May 2019
- Colince Ngaha: I want to play very much (Нгаха Коллинз: "Очень хочу играть"). UA-Football. 20 November 2008
- Colince Ngaha will perform duties of the Nyva's head coach (Нгаха Колінс виконуватиме обов'язки наставника Ниви-В). UA-Football. 26 October 2016
- At the start of February there are starting first training assemblies of "Nyva" in 2019 (На початку лютого стартують перші збори «Ниви» у 2019 році). FC Nyva Vinnytsia. 27 January 2019
- Футболісту з Камеруну у Вінниці видали паспорт громадянина України (in Ukrainian). pda.vinnitsa.info. 2017-08-03.
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