FECAFOOT Justifies Choice Of Coq Sportif Over Puma

April 23, 2019 Pavel Joseph 0

The president said, the PUMA condition was unacceptable. FECAFOOT turned le Coq Sportif which proposed something better. He however did not disclose the details of the offer but announced that it shall be communicated during a General Assembly session with the executive committee of the federation.
The Indomitable Lionesses will be the first of Cameroon’s national teams to wear coq sportif from the 10th of June, during the women’s world cup to be hosted by France from 7 June to 7 July 2019.

Cameroon Qualifies For Under 17 World Cup, AFCON Semis

April 18, 2019 Pavel Joseph 0

They join Nigeria who were the first African country to grab a ticket for the world tournament, after beating Angola 1-0 on Wednesday April 17.
Coach Thomas Libiih and his squad have so far been successful since the start of the competition in Tanzania. In their first encounter, the lions recorded a 2-0 victory against GuineaBefore the encounter against Morocco on Thursday, the staff of the Cameroonian squad, had expressed much optimism. The coach promised a performance void of pressure.

CAF Disqualifies Cameroonian Players At Under 17 AFCON

April 16, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

The coach of the cadet lions has criticised the decision, saying “the truth lies elsewhere”. Speaking on Voice Radio on Monday 15 April 2019, Thomas Libii, claimed to have accomplished his duties by overseeing two medical tests before taking the players to CAF.

Kalkaba Malboum Wins 5th Mandate As African Athletics President

April 16, 2019 Maxcel Fokwen 0

Shortly after his re-election Colonel Kalkaba told Cameroon’s state broadcaster that, he intends to consolidate the achievements of the last mandate and to make African athletes competitive on the world stage. He equally used the occasion to appeal for more support for athletics from African governments.

Nostalgia In Cameroon As Egypt Glories In AFCON 2019 Draw

April 12, 2019 Maxcel Fokwen 0

An entrepreneur Julius Agia rather evaluated the loss from a business perspective. Agia holds the opinion that, football power has a touristic effect which transcends businesses.
“ we are just talking about the draw and look the number of delegates in attendance…. Imagine what will happen when the tournament proper begins… That is what we are missing… an opportunity to create wealth and employment has slipped off our hands… we don’t want to talk of people who took loans in preparation for the failed AFCON”. The entrepreneur analysed.

CAF Lines Song, Three Others For AFCON 2019 Draw, Despite Rumoured Court Summons

April 12, 2019 Maxcel Fokwen 0

Song’s identity features on the list after days of controversy back at home over a rumoured summons to the country’s special Criminal Court (SCC). The same rumours went wild that he was to appear for questioning this Friday April 12 at 12 noon. This was in relation to a supposed FCFA 700 million bullet proof vest supply business deal involving detained former Defense Minister Abraham Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo’o.