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Amid concerns about the economic landscape in Cameroon and the delayed construction schedule, there were reports that the country would have a hard time hosting the 2019 African Cup of…
Hugo Broos says he is having a better time as the head coach of Cameroon than he had as the head coach of Algeria.
Hugo Broos pushed the Cameroon national football team to the finals of the 2017 AFCON where they had to face off with Egypt on February 5 of 2017 and Cameroon came out on top with a 2-1 triumph.
This was the 5th AFCON title that Cameroon has won in their history, the only other African national side that has won more AFCON pieces of silverware is Egypt as they have lifted it on 7 occasions.
Fooball Apex body FIFA has waded in on the drag between Liverpool, Joel Matip and Cameroon.
FIFA claims that the final decision rests with Cameroon as they would have to permit the player to play for Liverpool, reports say.
Cameroon have another opportunity to lift the elusive women’s Africa Cup of Nations when they play favourites Nigeria in a grand final on Saturday.
The Super Falcons have enjoyed a strong hold on the biennial event but the hosts this term would be hoping to usurp the African football giant.
Cameroon are in the same group – Group A – with Gabon just in time for the upcoming AFCON 2017 scheduled to hold from around January 14 – February 5.
Cameroon, who has won the AFCON competitions four times, will have to battle Gabon, Burkina Faso and Guinea-Bissau to advance to the quarterfinals of the competition. They are hoping to win their first continental title since 2002.
Hugo Broos was appointed as the head coach of Cameroon back on February of the ongoing year and ever since the Belgian manager took over the national side, the 64 year old tactician has stated that he does not want to have any distractions that would take him away from what he is planning to accomplish with Cameroon.
Plymouth Argyle is set to convert former Cameroon Under-21 international from a centre back to a defensive midfielder, the BBC reports.
The 24-year old player played for Argyle boss Derek Adams back in 2012 at Ross County and joined the Pilgrims as a defender after he was released by Blackburn Rovers.
Football federations often need to take tough calls in order to ensure that the game of football is played in a fair manner.
The football federation in Cameroon came under the radar recently as some of the players were found to be cheating about their age. As many as fourteen players had to be suspended under this allegation.
The case of age fraud might not be serious, but it is a step that needs to be taken by football federations across the world to ensure that the right examples are set and other countries follow suit. Transparency and accuracy of <a href="http://www.golaccio.com