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cchinukw wrote: Tue Apr 26, 2022 12:13 pm
The Goddess wrote: Mon Apr 25, 2022 8:35 am Can someone tell this clown to shut up

"When we (Algerians) go to Africa we don't have a favored treatment"
Algerian Coach Djamel Belmadi, reacts after impatiently waiting for FIFA's decision.

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goddessa :shyluv: , he sounds like he is waiting for pigs to fly. What he needs is a reality check.
Algerians are just a sorry bunch. Some pilot of theirs attacked Eto and Song in Doha by the WC tirage. They have been over the place shouting for "justice".
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Kabalega wrote: Tue Apr 26, 2022 4:04 pm
The Goddess wrote: Mon Apr 25, 2022 8:33 am Samuel Etoo finally reacts on Didier Drogba's failure in the race to Ivorian Football federation's presidency.
"By removing you from the federation, they killed Africa's momentum for sports development"

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Goddess this is a cruel pic.
See Drogba admiring Eto'o's shoes. :lol:
"I want those shoes." says Drogba. :lol: :lol:

Eto'o becomes the FA president.
Drogba wants that too. :D
I hope he runs again.
haha, they´re actually very good friends. Always hanging around and dacing.

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The Indomitable Lions' Coach, Rigobert Song, and his team met with coaches from teams participating in the #MTNELITEONE professional football tournament at the four official venues for this season's competition. During the meeting, coaches and members of the Cameroon national men's football team, the Indomitable Lions, discussed better collaboration between clubs and coaches. The first stop is Bafoussam, followed by Limbe, Douala, and Yaoundé.

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President of Algerian Football Federation, Charaf-Eddine, replies Samuel Eto'o:
"The Algerian Football Federation has always kept excellent relations with other African football federations, particularly FECAFOOT.
The Algerian Football Federation and coach Djamel Belmadi, in the interview in question, did not at any point , insinuate anything, talk less of accusing FECAFOOT of something. On the contrary, they criticised certain referees whose attitudes and decisions have negatively affected the outcme of matches.
The Algerian Football Federation, just like any other, uses its legitimate rights to defend its interests with international institutions, following the regulations in place.
Just like FECAFOOT, the Algerian Football Federation is attached to the virtues of sport and has always loyally accepted results in the spirit of fair-play without accusing anyone.
This cannot be the case when poor refereeing determines the outcome of a match.
The history of football is rich in broken dreams, drama, injustices and refereeing ordeals.
Criticising the actions of certain referees works for general interest...for the preservation of the integrity of the game in our beautiful continent.
To conclude, the Algerian Football Federation will be pleased to accompany FECAFOOT in shedding light on this affair before the Ethics Committee of FIFA.
Ethics and integrity have always been principles defended in any circumstance by Algeria."

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" They (the Algerians) came to Cameroon, and were treated very well."

Patrick Mboma has condemned the controversial words of Djamel Belmadi on Gassama, Algerians team coach.

Mboma 💬:

“When we talk about conspiracy, it is not Gassama that Belmadi is targeting, but Cameroon. But what does Gassama gain by eliminating Algeria? »

“Mr. Gassama may not be a good referee for the Algerians, but he is still one of the best whistles on the continent. He refereed the semi-final when Algeria won the CAN, they did not complain about Mr. Gassama.

According to Belmadi, he stole the game and that's more serious. Suppose it was not good. Is it worth it that he doesn't have to drink quietly, when he has to take a plane, a tea and a mille-feuille?

And then the words, he will have to stop and Djamel remember that he is African. He may have lived in Asia for a long time, but he is African. So when he says we're going to their house... (without receiving good treatment, editor's note), he has the proof. He went to a restaurant in Cameroon and he was treated very well and everyone was treated very well so what is he talking about? »

“They (the Algerians) came to Cameroon, and were treated very well. At some point we have to stop. That he admits that Cameroon is a nation superior to his in terms of football”

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The Goddess wrote: Thu Apr 28, 2022 3:24 pm President of Algerian Football Federation, Charaf-Eddine, replies Samuel Eto'o:
"The Algerian Football Federation has always kept excellent relations with other African football federations, particularly FECAFOOT.
The Algerian Football Federation and coach Djamel Belmadi, in the interview in question, did not at any point , insinuate anything, talk less of accusing FECAFOOT of something. On the contrary, they criticised certain referees whose attitudes and decisions have negatively affected the outcme of matches.
The Algerian Football Federation, just like any other, uses its legitimate rights to defend its interests with international institutions, following the regulations in place.
Just like FECAFOOT, the Algerian Football Federation is attached to the virtues of sport and has always loyally accepted results in the spirit of fair-play without accusing anyone.
This cannot be the case when poor refereeing determines the outcome of a match.
The history of football is rich in broken dreams, drama, injustices and refereeing ordeals.
Criticising the actions of certain referees works for general interest...for the preservation of the integrity of the game in our beautiful continent.
To conclude, the Algerian Football Federation will be pleased to accompany FECAFOOT in shedding light on this affair before the Ethics Committee of FIFA.
Ethics and integrity have always been principles defended in any circumstance by Algeria."

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FECAFOOT President Samuel Eto'o is in Europe to hold talks with some dual nationals in a bid to get them to play for the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon!
Brentford's Bryan Mbuemo and Frankfurt's Evan d#$%, among others, are targeted.
This information was relayed by Njie Enow of CRTV.
Days ago, Rigobert Song's assistant Sebastien Migné said there shall be new faces in the team and only the dual nationals performing at a high level shall be considered.
FECAFOOT is now working towards that.

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Cameroon's assistant head coach, Sebastien Migné:
"It's no longer a secret. There shall be new faces in the next Indomitable Lions' camping. As for binationals, only those who play at a high level shall be considered."
Who are you looking forward to seeing?

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Samuel Eto'o is still the African KING OF FINALS!
As the new generation is chasing down the records, the Cameroonian remains the only African player to have scored in two UEFA Champions League finals. He did so in 2006 against Arsenal, and in 2009 against Manchester United, lifting the title on both occasions with FC Barcelona.
There haven't been many Africans who have scored in UCL finals. Algeria's Rabah Madjer did for FC Porto against Bayern in 1987; Ivorian Didier Drogba scored for Chelsea against Bayern in 2012; Mané scored for Liverpool against Real Madrid in 2018; and Salah scored from the spot against Tottenham in 2019.
Mané and Salah will have their sights on this when they play the final in Paris later this month.

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These guys are real extremists

SWITZERLAND
Bunch of Algerians are protesting in front of FIFA headquarters in Switzerland. They demand the cancellation of the qualification of Cameroon 🇨🇲 for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
They're not giving up.

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Cameroonian 🇨🇲 Football legend Roger Milla will celebrate his 70th birthday.
On May 21, 2022 at 2 p.m. at the Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium in Yaoundé. There will be a soccer match between the biggest talents and previous world champions.
Join CAMEROONIANS in making this an unforgettable day.

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FECAFOOT CAMEROON 🇨🇲
ACT 1 SCENE 2
After Madame NGO MBOG BINYET Liliane, previously Head of Marketing and Social Responsibility Department at the Cameroonian Football Federation, was given 72 hours to return the keys, the contradictory inventory of the office she occupied within the institution claims she has been sick and out of the office for 2 months.
Madame NGO MBOG BINYET Liliane was recruited by Seidou Mbombo Njoya in April 2020 to replace Laurence Fotso as head of the Marketing Department of Fecafoot.
Samuel Eto'o therefore dismissed her after she was suspected of financial embezzlement and had informed FECAFOOT partners about the action.

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FECAFOOT President Samuel Eto'o has informed Elite One and Two clubs to provide proof of payment of players' salaries before receiving subsidies from FECAFOOT!
Documents indicating proof of payment are awaited in various Regional League offices.
The subsidies are presently available but will only be disbursed on the above condition.

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Samuel Eto'o: "I don't see why Song can't win the World Cup"
Speaking to BeSoccer, while in Milan to make preparations for a charity match for his Foundation, the FECAFOOT President said,
“I don’t see why Rigobert Song can’t win it. I believe that in order to win the World Cup you don’t need to be monsters or aliens, you need good preparation, a strong mentality, and a pinch of madness."
Samuel Eto'o, who was part of Inter Milan's treble-winning side led by Mourinho in the 2009-2010 season, believes that exploit can serve as a model for Cameroon.
“I won a bit in my career and to do it I gave everything. I always take Inter as an example: no one at the beginning of the 2009-10 season thought we could win [the Champions League] and instead, Mourinho did something crazy, with a group of men and warriors. I would like something like that for Cameroon too.”
Cameroon are in Group G of the 2022 FIFA World Cup alongside Brazil, Switzerland and Serbia.

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Rigobert Song is set to publish a first list by the end of the week in preparation for upcoming fixtures, reports Canal2!
His assistant Sebastien Migné already assured reporters there shall be new faces.

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To get results you need to believe you can do it and be devoted. I see Cameroon doing better in the world cup.
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FECAFOOT has created individual accounts for TKC players, and has promised to pay their salaries into the accounts, if the club management does not pay the players and provide proof by Thursday!
TKC players were at FECAFOOT head office yesterday to complain, and they were told subsidies that had to be given to their club will be used in paying them directly.
FECAFOOT maintains that only clubs that show proof of having paid players'salaries will receive their subsidies.

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chopachop wrote: Tue May 10, 2022 1:16 pm To get results you need to believe you can do it and be devoted. I see Cameroon doing better in the world cup.
I think so too!
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Talented 20-year-old RC Lens defender, Christopher Wooh (on Eto'o's left), has picked Cameroon over France!
The 1.9-metre tall defender has made 14 appearances in Ligue 1 this season, and according to Ouest-France, he was lined up to feature in the French under-20 national team.
Christopher Wooh is one of the players Samuel Eto'o met with this weekend in France.


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This is the list of home-based players summoned by Rigobert Song for a special training camp in Yaounde from 23rd to 27th May!
The best shall subsequently join the Indomitable Lions.

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Any info about the return of Matip ?
Well to me he shouldn't be allowed back.
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chopachop wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 2:36 am Any info about the return of Matip ?
Well to me he shouldn't be allowed back.
He doesnt want to come. It´s Cameroon running after him only to end up maltreating him.
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FECAFOOT President Samuel Eto'o meets with HH Rashid Bin Humaid Al Noaimi – President of UAE Football Association.
Both men discussed a number of projects geared towards a better future for football.

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