CAN Féminine 2012 : Les Lionnes se relancent en écrasant la Côte d'ivoire 4-1
● Vainqueures d'une faible équipe d'Éthiopie en match d'ouverture (5-0), les Ivoiriennes ont baissé pavillon ce jeudi devant une formation... [Lire la suite]
31 Octobre 2012
● The coach of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon Jean Paul Akono has called in two new players in a list of 24 ahead of their friendly against Albania in Geneva on the 14th of November 2012.
Offensive midfielder Gil Michée Ngomo of C.S Constatine club in Algeria and Jean Paul Yontcha, forward of Portuguese elite club SC Olhanense were handed their first respective invitations due to their output during club duty.
Frank Songo'o © Portland Timbers
The gigantic striker Pierre Boya of Randers FC also gets the coach's beckon after playing four games and scoring one goal for the lions between 2005 and 2007. Same for Andongcho Mathew Mbuta who won favours with the lions' supporterss for scoring in almost all of the 6 games he played with the team, but was pushed out by the outsted coach Denis Lavagne who wanted to convert this fine striker into a central defender without success. The others are mainly regulars.
Meanwhile, Jean Paul Akono has flushed out some old hands from the den, with the greatest casualty being the heavily criticized goalkeeper Kameni Carlos. His recent poor shape and inability to make first team in Malaga FC in the Spanish Liga greatly created this sidelining effect. Aurelien Chedjou also pays the prize for his recent media brawl with the manager whom he called a liar and refused to play him in the recent duel against Cape Verde in Yaounde.
For the full squad:
Gks: Guy Roland Ndy Assembe (A.S Nancy France), Jocelin Mayebi (Wrexham Wales)
Defenders: Angbwa Benoit (FC Rostov, Russia), Henri Bedimo (Montpellier France), Gaétan Bong (Valencienne France), Nicolas Nkoulou (Marseille France), Jean Armel Kana Biyick (Rennes France), Dany Nounkeu (Galatasaray Turkey), Joel Matip (Shalke 04 Germany)
Midfielders: Song Alexandre (FC Barcelona, Spain), Patrick Mevoungou (Admirer wacker Austria), Gil Ngomo ( CS Constatine Algeria), Achile Emana (Al-Hilal Ryad Saudi Arabia), Frank Songo'o ( Portland Timbers USA), Olinga Fabrice (Malaga Spain)
Forwards: Adongcho Mbuta Mathew, Samuel Eto'o Fils (Anzi Russia), Vincent Aboubacar (Valenciennes France), (Pierre Boya (Randers FC Denmark), Achille Webo (Istambul B Turkey) Joel Moise Babanda (Union Douala Cameroon)