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AKONO WANTS PERMANENT ROLE

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Cameroon caretaker manager Jean Paul Akono has revealed that he will not be applying for the position of a permanent manager. The Cameroon FA are currently searching for a permanent replacement for Denis Lavagne, was sacked in September.

Cameroon have had to deal with a lot of issues both politically and on the pitch. It is thought that this could be one of the reasons for Akono's refusal to apply for a permanent job. That have also been suggestions that the wage demands of the $ 30,000 per month by the manager has also been a stumbling block.

BRAZIL BOSS BLAMES ABRAMOVICH

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The former Chelsea manager, Luiz Felipe Scolari, has laid the blame on the Chelsea board and owner Roman Abramovich for not being successful during his time at Stamford Bridge. Scolari lasted just a few months at Chelsea after having come from his job as the Portugal national team manager.

UNDER PRESSURE

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The Cameroon national team manager Jean Paul Akono has been under increasing pressure to deliver results for the national team. However, Cameroon suffered yet another embarrassing defeat at the hands of Taifa Stars. After the match, Akono praised the opposition by saying that he expects Taifa Stars to become one of the top nations in Africa in the next few years.

NGOG CHOOSES CAMEROON

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The Cameroon national team is likely to benefit from the presence of the Bolton striker David Ngog, who has chosen Cameroon over the French national team according to the manager Jean Paul Akono.

FUTURE IN DOUBT

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The future of the Cameroon national team manager Jean Paul Akono has been thrown into doubt after the Minister for sports and physical education has apparently requested the Cameroon football Federation to search for a new coach. He has also said that any local coaches interested in managing the national team can also apply for the position.

LAVAGNE SLAMS SUCCESSOR

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The former Cameroon national team manager Denis Lavagne has criticised his successor Jean Paul Akono by saying that he is not capable of holding this position. The former manager was speaking on the occasion of the failure to qualify for the 2013 African cup of nations.

Cameroon have been one of the most successful teams in Africa in this competition, but they failed to qualify for this year's competition amidst a lot of problems both at playing and board level. This has led to the criticism by the former manager about his successor, Jean Paul Akono.

LAVAGNE SLAMS SUCCESSOR

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The former Cameroon national team manager Denis Lavagne has criticised his successor Jean Paul Akono by saying that he is not capable of holding this position. The former manager was speaking on the occasion of the failure to qualify for the 2013 African cup of nations.

Cameroon have been one of the most successful teams in Africa in this competition, but they failed to qualify for this year's competition amidst a lot of problems both at playing and board level. This has led to the criticism by the former manager about his successor, Jean Paul Akono.

MILLA WANTS ETOO BACK

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The Cameroon legend Roger Milla has said that he is convinced that the new manager of the national team – Jean-Paul Akono – will be able to convince the star striker Samuel Eto'o to come back from the international retirement.

ETO’O RETIRES

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One of the greatest footballers from Africa, Samuel Eto'o has decided to retire from the international football after citing the huge number of problems faced by the players as a result of the inept management by the Cameroon football Federation.

CONFIDENT OF RESULTS

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Cameroon national team manager Denis Lavagne has said that he is extremely confident that the team will be able to improve in the upcoming matches.

The national team was extremely uninspiring in the recent win over Guinea-Bissau. Despite being one of the firm favourites to win the match, it took them more than 80 min to create an opening in the match.