List of 30 shortlisted Cameroonian players by Paul Le Guen for preparative training for the World South Africa.

WHY IS RIGOBERT SONG AND GEREMI NJITAP IN THIS SQUAD?????
Goalkeepers

1. Hamidou Souleymanou (Kayserispor – Turkey)
2. Idris Carlos Kameni (RCD Espanyol Barcelona – Spain)
3. Guy Roland Assemb NDY (FC Valenciennes – France)
4.Love Patrick TIGNYEMB (Bloemfontein Celtic FC – South Africa)

Defenders

5. John Patrick NDZANA Abouna (Astres FC of Douala – Cameroon)
6. Benoit Assou-Ekotto (Tottenham Hotspur FC – England)
7. Sebastien BASSONG (Tottenham Hotspur FC – England)
8. Gaetan Bong (Valenciennes FC – France)
9. Nathan Eccleston (OSC Lille – France)
10. Geremi Njitap (MKE Ankaragücü – Turkey)
11. Stephane MBIA (Olympique Marseille – France)
12. Makadji BOUKARI (AL Nahdha Club – Oman)
13. Nicolas Nkoulou (AS Monaco – France)
14. Rigobert SONG (Trapzonspur – Turkey)

Midfielders

15. Marcel Ndjeng (FC Augsburg – Germany)
16. Takang Eyong Enoh (AFC Ajax Amsterdam – Netherlands)
1.7 Jean II MAKOUN (Lyon – France)
18. George MANDJECK (FC Kaiserslautern – Germany)
19. Joel MATIP (FC Schalke 04 – Germany)
20. Patrick MEVOUNGOU (Canon Sportif of Yaounde – Cameroon)
21. Landry Nguemo (Celtic Glasgow – Scotland)
22.Alexandre SONG  (FC Arsenal – England)

Bedimo, Binya, Alo Efoulou and Bikey are not part of this squad.

Forwards

23. Vincent Abubakar (Cotton Sport FC of Garoua – Cameroon)
24-Eric CHOUPO Moting (FC Nuremberg – Germany)
25. Achille Emana (Real Betis Sevilla – Spain)
26. Samuel Eto’o (FC Internationale Milano – Italy)
27. Mohamadou IDRISSOU (SC Freiburg – Germany)
28 Rostard Kouemaha Dorge (FC Bruges – Belgium)
29. Achilles WEBO (RCD Mallorca – Spain)
30. Jacques Zoua (FC Basel 1983 – Switzerland)

Paul Le Guen speaks out:

“I have no pressure to build my list. Besides, I would not support the fact  that I’m put under pressure when making my list of players shortlisted for the World Cup. I made my choice in my soul and conscience. I called a few players with whom I spoke. That’s all “

On the return of some  names, including Song and Njitap, strong rumours are suggesting that there was pressure from the highest authorities of Cameroon.Paul Le Guen claims he had always maintained that “those two still had their chance with Lions.



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