The country picked its ticket for the 2019 edition of the tournament after defeating Mali 4 goals to 2 to pick the third of last available spot available for Africa in the tussle for the third spot at the last Female AFCON. Nigeria and South Africa are the two other participating teams from Africa.The trophy will be carried across some six continents of the world.
Before the encounter, the new coach had set his objectives. He envisaged an improved performance which can save the team from relegation. “I decided to come to PWD for many reasons. I watched the players, and saw that there is quality. The President asked me if he should give me that challenge and I said I will do it,” coach Choupo said.
His installation comes at a time, the football business in Cameroon is in the doldrums. Poor management, lack of coordination, detection of talent, influence peddling and corruption are among the many issues seeking for a redress in the football sector.
PWD currently occupies the bottom position in pool A of the current football season. The club has played 10 games, winning just two and losing five. It has earned draws in three other games. This is the score sheet that triggered the sacking of Taguem as the club battles to in the top tier
There is a disconnection between the football management body and the activities of the NDT in terms of developing local football. The setting up and operation of football academies which falls within the competence of the NDT has been in disarray in much of the country.
Yaoundé (National Times)-Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions’ Head Coach, Clarence Seedorf says the country has talented players but it would be a wise decision to use professionals for the decisive African Football Nations Cup (AFCON) qualifier against Comoros on Saturday.
Mbombo Njoya created the commission Monday February 25th after a meeting of football stakeholders in the country that held in Yaounde. The commission began work at 6PM same Monday as their findings are expected to be communicated to FECAFOOT latest March 1st.
Thus, the Tuesday decision from the football league stipulates that, Division I clubs will each get FCFA 3 million while Division II clubs will each get FCFA 2million. Semengue writes in the public release that, clubs will be expected to justify the use of the money given that it is public funds. 24 clubs from both levels of the league are expected to benefit from the money.
The 2018/2019 Professional League of Cameroon has finally commenced after an abortive first attempt last week.
“When Cameroon was awarded the 2021 event, there was disapproval from some Ivory Coast officials and we weren’t sure they would accept to host a later edition. Fortunately President Alasane Ouattara of Ivory Coast has agreed to stage the 2023 event and so we think the complaint no longer has its place,” Mballa stated.
The decision is the outcome of a meeting pitting representatives of the warring club presidents and the president of the Cameroon professional football league retired General Piere Semegnue staged at the Tsinga-Yaoune office of the Cameroon Football Federation(FECAFOOT) on Wednesday January 30.
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.