Fecafoot and Indomitable Lions in Confusion and Prolonged Panic: Who Are the Best “Sapeur Pompiers” To Salvage the Drowning Lions?

• Football success has been continuously drowning in the Lion's den since the last African Nation's Cup and World Cup 2010. With the abscond of the French coach Paul Le Guen after the World cup played in South Africa in June 2010, the authorities of the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) have not been able to recollect themselves to grow up with the realities of the recent negative dynamics facing the crumbling indomitable Lions of Cameroon.

The Indomitable Lions in Tanzania © DR

Week-End Club Action: Mbia and QPR En Route for Survival

• Playing in front of a vociferous crowd at home on the 29th day of play last Saturday March 9, 2013, Queens Park Rangers (QPR) of Stephane Mbia continued to wipe-out fears of relegation.

Stephane Mbia battling for the ball © Getty Images

Week-End Club Action: Chedjou and Lille in the Front Lines of French Ligue 1, While Mbia and QPR Taste Victory

• After a strategic resistance by Norwich City of Sebastian Bassong on day 28th of play of the English Premier league, they were painfully subdued by Manchester United at Old Strafford by 4-0. Meanwhile at home last Saturday March 2, 2013, Sunderland forced Fulham of Eyong Enoh (not in the line-up) to separate on a 2-2 tie.

Stéphane Mbia tackled by Schneiderlin of Southampton © Reuters


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