2019: Registered one assist in 11 regular season games, including four starts, and 469 minutes in his first MLS season… Played his first career MLS game on March 30 in Kansas City, before earning his first start on April 9 against D.C. United… Registered his first career assist with the Impact and in MLS, on April 24 against New England… Appeared in the first 45 minutes of the 2019 MLS Homegrown Game on July 30 in Orlando against Chivas de Guadalajara’s U20 team… Won his first Canadian Championship with the Impact on September 25, in Toronto, tallying one assist in five games during the tournament, including four starts, and 323 minutes… Option exercised by the Impact on November 21.
2018: Attended training camp with the Impact before finishing the season with the Impact U19… Signed his first professional contract with the Ottawa Fury FC, in the USL, on July 24, appearing in two games, including one start… Recalled by the Impact for the second leg of the Canadian Championship semifinals in Vancouver… Recalled by the Impact for the friendly game against Fury FC, scoring the lone goal in the Bleu-blanc-noir’s 1-0 win… Signed an MLS Homegrown Player contract with the Impact on November 16.
Played in the 2018 Concacaf Men’s U20 Championship in November with the Canadian U20 national team, scoring one goal in five games, including three starts… Previously appeared in the Toulon Tournament earlier that year with the U21 team… Attended training camp with the Canada U23 team in January 2018… Made his debut in the Canadian soccer program in 2018 at the age of 18.
Joined the Impact Academy in 2016, playing with the U16, U18 and U18 teams in the USSDA.
Played minor soccer with Bain de Bretagne, in France, followed by A.S. Blainville, in Quebec.
Son of Jonas Nyemb and Chantal Bayiha… His parents of originally from Cameroon… Has one brother, Mathis… Fluent in French and English.