Yaoude (National Times)-The president of the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT), Seidou Mbombo Njoya has given seven days ultimatum to stakeholders in the country’s professional football league to end their differences and resume games.
The decision of Seidou Mbombo Njoya is contained in a press release signed on Monday January 28.
FECAFOOT’s President is reacting to the failure to start Day One matches of the national championship following a boycott of the leaders of affiliated clubs.
Seidou urged teams to show responsibility and to put forward the best interests of Cameroon football. The president said failure to do such, FECAFOOT will have no choice but to exercise its legal and regulatory prerogatives to safeguard the interest and brand image of Cameroon football.
The President reiterated that many consultation meetings were held in recent weeks in order to bring the actors to better feelings, and thus start the sports season to tie it to the calendar of international competitions but surprisingly, Day one of the championship could not start on the set dates.
The Union of Elite Clubs of Cameroon (SYCEC) agreed to boycott the start of the football season following disagreement with LFPC president General Pierre Semengue. The club presidents are demanding for the staging of a general assembly before the league resumes.