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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 5:14 pm 
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All those great former Indomitable lions and not one of them is fit to coach the current ILS?

I hate seeing African teams with white managers/coaches :boo: :boo: :boo:


You´re racist :mrgreen:


On this I am very racist!! What's wrong with the Cameroonian FA?

the likes of Nigeria and Ghana are showing the way! :thumbs:

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 5:18 pm 
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Gudo wrote:
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All those great former Indomitable lions and not one of them is fit to coach the current ILS?

I hate seeing African teams with white managers/coaches :boo: :boo: :boo:


You´re racist :mrgreen:


On this I am very racist!! What's wrong with the Cameroonian FA?

the likes of Nigeria and Ghana are showing the way! :thumbs:

You think Cameroon is quick to get with the program?

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 5:20 pm 
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It's hard to be quiet when you're rolling on the floor laughing. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

I mean is this not the pinafore wearing cats, sorry, Lions? :tic:


Oh my gawd!! :lol:

pussycat down, pussycat down!!! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 5:22 pm 
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Gudo wrote:
The Goddess wrote:
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All those great former Indomitable lions and not one of them is fit to coach the current ILS?

I hate seeing African teams with white managers/coaches :boo: :boo: :boo:


You´re racist :mrgreen:


On this I am very racist!! What's wrong with the Cameroonian FA?

the likes of Nigeria and Ghana are showing the way! :thumbs:


It´s all about politics. They dont want to pay their own `country` man that kind of money out of jealousy.
Jacque Songo and mboma Patrick will actually make a good coaching pair.
The Spanisch guy Clemente and Omam Biyick were also a good pair until Clemente fell out with the federation and got fired. Cameroon played great football under these 2 guys and won many games.


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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 5:25 pm 
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I don't want to repost those large photos but I swear I saw Rigobert Song in one of those photos. How does he still make the Cameroon squad even though he's supposedly retired? He's like those 6th year seniors who never want to leave high school.


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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 5:37 pm 
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Rigo Song is on NONE of those pics. It´s probably Gaetang Bong. He´s got dreads too.


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Out of the 5 African teams going to Brazil, only ONE is showing love and respect for their country, i.e. training and playing a trial match for their countrymen

Naija dey go London
Cameroon dey France
Algeria dey Belgium
Ivory Coast dey go France
Ghana is playing in Accra on Friday :thumbs:

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 5:52 pm 
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How come Cameroonian soccer players look more like motor park touts than footballers :mrgreen: :?: Not to mention that they do play like motor park touts :D :!:


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I don't want to repost those large photos but I swear I saw Rigobert Song in one of those photos. How does he still make the Cameroon squad even though he's supposedly retired? He's like those 6th year seniors who never want to leave high school.


LOL that is Gaetang Bong :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 7:22 pm 
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Rawlings wrote:
Out of the 5 African teams going to Brazil, only ONE is showing love and respect for their country, i.e. training and playing a trial match for their countrymen

Naija dey go London
Cameroon dey France
Algeria dey Belgium
Ivory Coast dey go France
Ghana is playing in Accra on Friday :thumbs:


Rawlings at the beginning it´s not good to have the players at home(atleast in the case of Cameroon) due to too many distractions. You will have aunts and uncles comming to pay them visit. You´ll have all kinds of quark journalists stalking them with the public either insulting or worshipping them. Besides, we do have a very against Macedonia( or Uruguay not very sure which) on Monday. When are they going to fly in for the game if they were are home?
Before they fly over to Brazil, they´ll have a gala to have the last blessins from the public in Yaounde.


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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 8:22 pm 
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The Goddess wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
Out of the 5 African teams going to Brazil, only ONE is showing love and respect for their country, i.e. training and playing a trial match for their countrymen

Naija dey go London
Cameroon dey France
Algeria dey Belgium
Ivory Coast dey go France
Ghana is playing in Accra on Friday :thumbs:


Rawlings at the beginning it´s not good to have the players at home(atleast in the case of Cameroon) due to too many distractions. You will have aunts and uncles comming to pay them visit. You´ll have all kinds of quark journalists stalking them with the public either insulting or worshipping them. Besides, we do have a very against Macedonia( or Uruguay not very sure which) on Monday. When are they going to fly in for the game if they were are home?
Before they fly over to Brazil, they´ll have a gala to have the last blessins from the public in Yaounde.


Understood.
Thank God Ghana is past those days when every Kofi, Kwame or Ama could walk into the camp

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 8:41 pm 
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Why is every team already training a week before Nigeria ?



The two weeks is good for players that are injured to get treatment and for some players to go on vacation with family, recharge for the upcoming challenge.

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PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2014 11:33 pm 
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The training on thursday was divided in 3 groups. The first group was made up of players who according to Finke had not played many games in the lastrst times, in other words, a group compused of bench warmers. :mrgreen:
This group was made up ALex Song, Salli Edgar, Fabrice Olinga, Mohammadou Idrissou, the 4 goal keepers Ithanje, Assembe, Njock and one other.

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The second group was made up with some players in the fitness; Nkoulou, Chedou, Choupo Moting, Matip, Nyom, Loe, Moukandjo.
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The 3 rd group had massage. It was made of Bédimo, Webo, Eto'o, Kana, Moukandjo, Nyom et Mbia. Mbia had to jogg alone with one of the trainers through out the village for some reason.lol
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All these Cameroonian dudes have the same profile: Defenders/ Defensive mids ... how many of them can score? How many can pass the ball to the guy who can score? Very few ... very few ...
For Cameroon to succeed in Brazil, they need to avoid conceding any goals. Once they fall behind ... Cameroon can't catch up ...
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bepanda wrote:
All these Cameroonian dudes have the same profile: Defenders/ Defensive mids ... how many of them can score? How many can pass the ball to the guy who can score? Very few ... very few ...
For Cameroon to succeed in Brazil, they need to avoid conceding any goals. Once they fall behind ... Cameroon can't catch up ...
Bepanda


Massa make man just enjoy the training before the real thing.
We know say Cameroon don turn na mash ball them but even mash ball them get too dream, we fit top our group, and Nigeria go win World Cup, until reality strikes in. lol

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cyrilndo wrote:
bepanda wrote:
All these Cameroonian dudes have the same profile: Defenders/ Defensive mids ... how many of them can score? How many can pass the ball to the guy who can score? Very few ... very few ...
For Cameroon to succeed in Brazil, they need to avoid conceding any goals. Once they fall behind ... Cameroon can't catch up ...
Bepanda


Massa make man just enjoy the training before the real thing.
We know say Cameroon don turn na mash ball them but even mash ball them get too dream, we fit top our group, and Nigeria go win World Cup, until reality strikes in. lol

You can create ur own reality. If u dont dream big and see greatness/victory in ur minds eyes, you´ll always be limited.
The lions will do well well. Many are listed as defensive midfielders but few are actually holding midfielders. The rest are box to box.


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The Goddess wrote:
cyrilndo wrote:
bepanda wrote:
All these Cameroonian dudes have the same profile: Defenders/ Defensive mids ... how many of them can score? How many can pass the ball to the guy who can score? Very few ... very few ...
For Cameroon to succeed in Brazil, they need to avoid conceding any goals. Once they fall behind ... Cameroon can't catch up ...
Bepanda


Massa make man just enjoy the training before the real thing.
We know say Cameroon don turn na mash ball them but even mash ball them get too dream, we fit top our group, and Nigeria go win World Cup, until reality strikes in. lol

You can create ur own reality. If u dont dream big and see greatness/victory in ur minds eyes, you´ll always be limited.
The lions will do well well. Many are listed as defensive midfielders but few are actually holding midfielders. The rest are box to box.


No be a mind thing o, you have to lay the ground work to get to your destination, dreaming won't do us any good unless w/o planning and execution...

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Rawlings wrote:
The Goddess wrote:
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Out of the 5 African teams going to Brazil, only ONE is showing love and respect for their country, i.e. training and playing a trial match for their countrymen

Naija dey go London
Cameroon dey France
Algeria dey Belgium
Ivory Coast dey go France
Ghana is playing in Accra on Friday :thumbs:


Rawlings at the beginning it´s not good to have the players at home(atleast in the case of Cameroon) due to too many distractions. You will have aunts and uncles comming to pay them visit. You´ll have all kinds of quark journalists stalking them with the public either insulting or worshipping them. Besides, we do have a very against Macedonia( or Uruguay not very sure which) on Monday. When are they going to fly in for the game if they were are home?
Before they fly over to Brazil, they´ll have a gala to have the last blessins from the public in Yaounde.


Understood.
Thank God Ghana is past those days when every Kofi, Kwame or Ama could walk into the camp


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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Goddess take your useless thread back to CRAPFOOT. No one except you and Bamendagoat are interested in your useless team. Your lucky Cape Verde messed up at the last minute. It should have been them not the domitable kitty cats that we get to see rep Africa at Brazil. Rubbish.

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bret- hart wrote:
Goddess take your useless thread back to CRAPFOOT. No one except you and Bamendagoat are interested in your useless team. Your lucky Cape Verde messed up at the last minute. It should have been them not the domitable kitty cats that we get to see rep Africa at Brazil. Rubbish.

Na we ask cape Verde for fockup?

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Training on Friday

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maceo4 wrote:
The Goddess wrote:
cyrilndo wrote:
bepanda wrote:
All these Cameroonian dudes have the same profile: Defenders/ Defensive mids ... how many of them can score? How many can pass the ball to the guy who can score? Very few ... very few ...
For Cameroon to succeed in Brazil, they need to avoid conceding any goals. Once they fall behind ... Cameroon can't catch up ...
Bepanda


Massa make man just enjoy the training before the real thing.
We know say Cameroon don turn na mash ball them but even mash ball them get too dream, we fit top our group, and Nigeria go win World Cup, until reality strikes in. lol

You can create ur own reality. If u dont dream big and see greatness/victory in ur minds eyes, you´ll always be limited.
The lions will do well well. Many are listed as defensive midfielders but few are actually holding midfielders. The rest are box to box.


No be a mind thing o, you have to lay the ground work to get to your destination, dreaming won't do us any good unless w/o planning and execution...


Of course planning and executon must be there too. But dreaming about the impossibility is also very important. It motivates.


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