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Cameroon’s appointment of Brys as manager suspended by sports tribunal

Cameroon’s appointment of Brys as manager suspended by sports tribunal

CAMEROON'S appointment of Belgian Marc Brys as head coach was suspended by the country's top sports tribunal on Tuesday following the petition of an amateur football club. The country's sports ministry stirred controversy last month when it named 61-year-old Brys as manager of the Indomitable Lions without consulting the football federation (FECAFOOT). The move sparked a dispute between the sports ministry and FECAFOOT, which said the government had made a unilateral decision. In response, it asked its president Samuel Eto'o to propose a national coach and other management staff for the national side within 72 hours, deepening its standoff with the sports ministry. Eto'o kept Brys…
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Onana injured playing World Cup qualifier in Cameroon

Onana injured playing World Cup qualifier in Cameroon

MANCHESTER United goalkeeper Andre Onana faces a potential spell on the sidelines after suffering a suspected adductor injury as he helped Cameroon win a 3-0 home over Mauritius in their World Cup qualifier in Douala. He had to leave the pitch 10 minutes from time after hurting himself making a save in the game, the first for the Indomitable Lions in the 2026 qualifying campaign. Cameroon officials did not comment on Onana’s condition after the game and it was unclear whether he would travel with the squad to Libya, where they play in Benghazi on Tuesday in their next World…
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Cameroon’s fortunes a long way off their 1990 heroics

Cameroon’s fortunes a long way off their 1990 heroics

MARK GLEESON CAMEROON'S image as World Cup gatecrashers, capable of taking down top contenders and wreaking havoc, has faded away after two decades of failure at the finals. There will be limited expectations of the Indomitable Lions in Qatar, where they are in a tough group with Brazil, Serbia and Switzerland, after their failure to make any impact since their fabled exploits at Italia '90. That remains their high point as a charismatic side caught the world's imagination with equal measures of trickery and aggression and became the first Africans to reach the last eight. Resplendent in their colourful green,…
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