CMR-NIG: Cameroon Web News
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Author:  iworo [ Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:55 pm ]
Post subject:  CMR-NIG: Cameroon Web News

CMR-NIG: The replacement of Oyongo Bitolo finally found


Since the injury of Ambroise Oyongo Bitolo during the match Cameroon-Morocco counting for the first day of the qualifiers of CAN Cameroon 2019, Hugo Broos finds it difficult to find a replacement to the position of left-back to him.

With little confidence in the lining of the Impact player in Montreal, Joseph Jonathan Ngwem, the Belgian technician sent Fai Collins to help out on this side during the Confederations Cup in Russia in June.

But what looked like an initial provisional solution seems to want to perpetuate itself. Because, having summoned Nouhou Ntolo, the young defender of Seattle Sounders in MLS (20 years), it is difficult to see Hugo Broos line it directly against Nigeria.

"It's amazing that Cameroon does not have enough left sides that have enough quality to be with us. I asked Alexander Belinga to be careful in the local championship the last six weeks, even Alex told me that there is not really anyone who can serve us at the moment.

We were also searched in Europe outside of Europe because Nouhou Tolo is a player from Seattle Sounders, a young player who played a few matches that I saw and I liked, "lamented the Coach of the Lions in a press conference. A statement that many analysts are breaking, indicating that Gaétan Bong, a Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club player who has been in great shape since last season, could do well in this position.

The Mabouka case

And even to the right, the red card awarded by Olivier Mabouka at the last meeting of the Lions at the Confederations Cup Russia 2017 against Germany should normally penalize Cameroon. But Broos thinks there's a solution. "A little remark about Mabouka because you're going to say he's suspended, but know that he's suspended for a game.

That's why I took the risk of taking it knowing that if you have a worry with Fai, there is also Leuko who can play on the right side. On that side, we have a solution, "he said. ... *****

CMR-NIG: Picture of the 2 novices Hugo Broos invited to the lions


The Belgian coach has accustomed us to each list, to summon the No names in national team. This time, he has again appealed to two new players almost unknown to the general public.

Of the 23 players who have just summoned Hugo Broos with the indomitable Lions for Cameroon's next games against Nigeria, 02 will discover the den for the first time. They will certainly have the chance to participate in the double meeting of 01 and 04 September against the Supers Eagles (qualifying World Cup 2018).

Nouhou Tolo: 19 years old, is a defender who plays for MLS in the Seattle Sounders FC club. Nouhou began his career in 2015 with Rainbow Bamenda, where he played for a season. In April 2016, Nouhou signed with Seattle Sounders FC 2 and January 26, 2017 with Seattle Sounders FC. At the international career level, in February 2017, Nouhou was called to represent the Cameroon U20s in the 2017 U-20 Nations Cup in Zambia. On August 27, Nouhou was called to the senior national team for the first time.

Serges Leuko: 24 years old, the Cameroonian defender is in the Spanish second division at Club Deportivo Lugo. Leuko joined RCD Mallorca in 2008, through the Samuel Eto'o Foundation. After passing through Atlétic de Ciutadella and CF Torre Levante, he deposited his bags at Valencia CF in 2011. On July 17, 2015, he signed a three-year contract with CD Lugo.

The return of the classes of the Indomitable Lions for the double confrontation Nigeria - Cameroon, was this day. At the time of the online article, 10 players responded to the first training session held this morning at the military stadium, this is Goda jules, Bokwe George, pangop franz, captain Benjamin moukandjo, Georges Mandjeck, cadtelleto, Fabrice olinga, leuko serge, Christian bassogog and teikeu adolphe, to name but a few. The squad was to be complete tonight. ... *****

Enhanced security around the Lions in Yaoundé

The Lions have scheduled two training sessions this Tuesday

The men's national team has regrouped since yesterday. Two training sessions scheduled this day.

Silence of cemetery in the hall of the hotel Mont-Fébé. No playground atmosphere. No people talking. Some fruits in one hand, a bandage between the forehead and the eyebrow, Georges Constant Mandjeck is there, among the Lions. Its exit from the restaurant of this hotel is by the staircase. The group has just finished lunch.

Approached, he will elicit his interlocutors with finesse by referring them to Team Press.
" It is the rule ". Rule. We'll discuss it again later. The coach insisted at his press conference to publish the list of 23 players to face Nigeria on the 1st (Uyo) and 4 September (Yaoundé). Hugo Broos talked about discipline, back to basics, solidarity, a good mentality ... After the sliding doors of Mont-Fébé, the Lions are "framed".

Communications, meals, movements, visits, everything is regulated. Today more than before. Police officers are cruising. "Excuse me, madam, you can not sit there. It's forbidden. Nobody should be sitting here, "a security guard told a group of three, pointing to leather armchairs in the lobby of the facility. The national football team is staying there while waiting for his departure for Uyo in Nigeria.

The match counts for the third day of the World Cup qualifiers, Russia 2018. No player wants to be the first sanctioned. At the airport, they may say a word. After that, you have to see with the coach and the Team Press Officer.

The first arrivals of the Lions were subjected yesterday to the traditional scooping session conducted by Christophe Manouvrier, the physical trainer. These include Benjamin Moukandjo (Jiangsu Suning, China), Georges Mandjeck (Sparta Prague, Czech Republic), Arnaud Djoum (FC Hearts, Scotland), Adolphe Teikeu (FC Sochaux, France), Georges Bokwe Frantz Pangop (Union of Douala, Cameroon), Fabrice Olinga (Royal Mouscron, Belgium), Jules Goda (AC Ajaccio, France), Jean Charles Castelleto (Brest, France) and Christian Bassogog (Henan Jianye, China).

The other 13 players summoned by the technical staff were expected yesterday. The group will leave Cameroon on Thursday 31 August and will return to Cameroon immediately after the game scheduled for Friday. ... *****

CMR-NIG: Nearly complete Lions

Lions to train on Tuesday

Cameroon coach Hugo Broos will be present at the military stadium on Tuesday with an almost complete group.

Indeed, ten players have deposited their bags at the hotel Mont Febé this night to know:

Sébastien Siani, Fai Collins, Baha'i, Vincent Aboubakar, Michael Ngadej Ngadjui, Olivier Mabouka, Serge Leuko, Moumi Choupo, Fabrice Ondoa and Jean Pierre Nsame. ... *****

CMR-NIG: Aboubakar, Choupo, Ondoa and several Lions join the group

Lions are green since Tuesday

The African champions have two training sessions on the menu this Wednesday 29 August 2017 before embarking tomorrow for Nigeria.

Hugo Broos will be preparing the next game of the Indomitable Lions against the Super Eagles of Nigeria on Wednesday, August 29, 2017, at the military stadium, preparing for the third matchday of the Cup Of the world Russia 2018.

Twelve newcomers were registered in the night of yesterday to Tuesday in the den in Yaoundé. Vincent Aboubakar, Choupo Moting, Fabrice Ondoa, Michael Ngadeu, Ernest Mabouka, Serge Leuko, Fai Collins, Jean Pierre Nsame, Sebastien Siani, Yaya Banana, Moumi Ngamaleu and Anguissa Zambo joined the first ten arrivals since last Sunday The small group with which the technical staff began the preparation yesterday Monday.

Defender Nouho Tollo is the only player who continues to answer absent subscribers. The former member of Botafogo FC of Douala, professional in an American club since last year, is summoned for the first time in the lair of the national team A ...

The Indomitable Lions leave Yaounde on Thursday 31 August for Nigeria and they will be back on Friday 1st September immediately after the game.

The two teams will meet in Yaounde on Monday, September 4th for a match of the fourth day, beginning of the return phase of the qualifiers of the 2018 World Cup Africa zone.

After the second day of the playoffs, the indomitable Lions are on the edge of the razor with only two points against six for the Supers Eagles.

The Cameroonians are therefore condemned to win to reposition themselves at the top of Group B where the other competitors are Algeria and Zambia which each have a point. ... *****

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