Get latest Camer Vibes in your inbox   Delivered by FeedBurner
February
28

Indomitable Lions coach Volker Finke has officially published a list of 23 players to confront Portugal in a friendly on March 5th in Leiria. FC Barcelona strikers Jean Marie Dongou Tsafack and  Franck Bagnack feature in the list while Achille Wébo of Fenerbhaçe (Turquie) and  Stéphane Mbia Fc Séville (Espagne) were left out. 34-year-old Kaiserslautern forward Mohamadou Idrissou is celebrating his return to the squad, a decision by the coach which has been slammed enormous criticism by Cameroonians. Here below is the complete list of players;

  1. ITANDJE, Charles – Konyaspor
  2. NDY ASSEMBE, Roland – Guingamp
  3. N(D)JOCK, Sammy – Fethiyespoß
  4. NYOM, Allan – Granada CF
  5. NOUNKEU, Dany – Besiktas
  6. CHEDJOU, Aurélien – Galatasaray
  7. NKOULOU, Nicolas – O. Marseille
  8. KANA-BIYIK, Jean-Armel – Stade Rennes
  9. BONG, Gaetan – Olympiakos
  10. BAGNACK, Frank – CF Barcelona
  11. ASSOU EKOTTO, Benoit – Queens Park Rangers
  12. BEDIMO, Henri – O. Lyon
  13. EYONG, Enoh – Antalyaspor
  14. MAKOUN, Jean II – Rennes
  15. MATIP, Joël – Schalke 04
  16. N’GUEMO, Landry – Bordeaux
  17. SONG, Alexandre – CF Barcelona
  18. ETO’O FILS, Samuel – FC Chelsea
  19. CHOUPO MOTING, Eric – Mainz 05
  20. MOUKANDJO, Benjamin – AS Nancy-Lorraine
  21. ABOUBAKAR, Vincent – Lorient
  22. DONGOU, Jean Marie – FC Barcelona
  23. IDRISSOU, Mohamadou – Kaiserslautern

Related Posts

August
2

Indomitable Lions head coach Volke Finke has unveiled a list of 28 players in preparation for the last World cup qualifiers against Libya in Yaounde. The squad is expected to converge in Paris from August 11th to August 14th. 

GOAL KEEPERS :

Charles Itandje
Sammy Ndjock
Guy Roland Ndy Assembe

DEFENDERS

Alan Nyom
Benoît Angbwa
Dany Nounkeu
Aurélien Chedjou
Marvin Matip
Nicolas Nkoulou

 Jean-Armel Kana Biyick
Henri Bédimo
Benoît Assou Ekotto
Gaetan Bong

MIDFIELDERS

Stéphane Mbia
Eyong Enoh
Jean II Makoun
Joël Matip
Raoul Lowe
Landry Nguemo
Alexandre Song
Fabrice Olinga

ATTACKERS

Samuel Eto’o
Pierre Achille Webo
Aboubakar Oumarou
Eric-Maxim Choupo Moting
Jacques Zoua
Benjamin Moukandjo
Jean-Marie Dongou Tsafack

 


Related Posts

June
28

After navigating through the Elite One championship in Cameroon and the Swiss League, Cameroonian striker Jacques Zoua has signed a 3-year-deal with Bundesliga side Hamburg. Zoua scored 14 goals in 80 appearances during his four year spell in Switzerland, mostly as a squad player.

“I’m delighted to be here, at this great club, in this great city,” he told the club’s official website.

“HSV are a great club and the Bundesliga is a big thing for me, but Thorsten Fink was certainly one of the reasons why I chose to come here.

“HSV want to challenge for a place in Europe and that is what I want too. I can’t wait to fight for this goal with my team.”


Related Posts

June
26
Tragedy: Foe died after collapsing during an international match for Cameroon against Colombia

Foe died during Cameroon vs Columbia match

It’s been 10 years after Cameroon lost a hero on the pitch. The Cameroonian midfielder Marc-Vivien Foe collapsed during the Confederations Cup semi-final against Colombia on June 26, 2003 and passed away shortly afterwards despite attempts to resuscitate the 28-year-old.

Pause for thought: Players and supporters show their appreciation for Foe in the 23rd minute

Manchester City and West Ham fans paid tribute to the hero by showing an image of Foe on the electronic boards in the Etihad after 23 minutes and fans of both clubs joined in a minute’s applause for the Blues’ former No 23. Foe  also had spells with French sides Lens and Lyon.He died following a cardiac arrest. NexDim joins the rest of the Cameroonian community, his family, former teammates and friens pay tribute to the falling hero.

 


Related Posts

June
18

The stakes in Group I could change as Fifa is presently investigating  whether Togo used an ineligible player in their 2-0 home win over Cameroon on June 9th. The Lions could stand to gain the 3 points should Togo be found culpable. The Togolese federation has not discussed the identity of their ineligible player – although Alaixys Romao also picked up two yellow cards in qualifying before playing in the Lome victory against Cameroon . Cameroon will therefore qualify if they draw the match against Libya in September.

Fifa rules on player ineligibility

Article 55 of the Fifa Disciplinary Code states:

  • If a player takes part in an of?cial match despite being ineligible, his team will be sanctioned by forfeiting the match and paying a minimum ?ne of CHF 6,000

Related Posts

June
18

Raoul Loe

English clubs have been tracking the service of Osasuna midfielder Raoul Loe. The Cameroonian soccer star made his first Indomitable Lions appearance on June 1st in Ukraine after aiding his club secure  Liga survival. He signed for Osasuna after leaving AD Ceuta.

zp8497586rq

Related Posts

Comments Comments Off on SPORTS: English clubs in dire need of Cameroonian midfielder Raoul Loe
June
14

Cameroonian left-back Assou Ekotto has been ruled out of the World cup qualifier against DR Congo to take place on Sunday. Following reports, the Tottenham Hotspur player is still to continue rehabilitation after an injury he sustained during a league game. Last Sunday ,he joined the squad late in Togo.Assou Ekotto might run the risk of aggravating the injury if he features in Sunday’s game as they will ne playing on artificial turf.


Related Posts

June
10

The Indomitable Lions made a futile attempt to overcome Togo yesterday in a World Cup qualifier in Lome. The squad which played under Volke Finke’s management were slammed 2 goals to 0. The goals were scored by Amewou and Atakora. 


Related Posts

June
10

Louis-Paul Mfedé

Former Indomitable Lions and Stade Rennais player Louis Paul Mfede has passed away after a pulmonary infection.The striker who participated in 1990 and 1994 World Cup died at the age of 52.


Related Posts

June
9
Fabrice Ondoa, a long-term replacement for Valdés?

Image Credit: Pep Morata/Mundo Deportivo

17-year-old Cameroonian goalie from Eto’o Foundation Joseph Fabrice Ondoa Ebogo, mostly known as Fabrice Ondoa is FC Barcelona’s gold. The Cameroonian, born in Yaoundé on December 24, 1995 is the most promising goalkeeper currently in the academy. As rumours get rife that Victor Valdes won’t renew his contract which ends in 2012 with the club, Fabrice Ondoa could be a possible replacement.

Ondoa has been playing for Barca since 2009 and is currently playing in Jordi Vinyals’ Juvenil A. The club picked him up after he played a string of tournaments in Spain between 2006 and 2008, where he won two tournaments in a row after losing two consecutive finals against a FC Barcelona team that included the likes of Deulofeu and Rafinha. The goalkeeper appeared to be a great talent, resulting in Barça picking him up a year later.


Related Posts