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The assistant Coach of the Indomitable Lions , Francois Omam Biyik has rendered public the list of 23 players to face DR Congo on the 9th of October 2010 in a second CAN 2012 Eliminatory game.

Apart from Jacques Zoua who is injured and replaced by Aloys Nong, the list remains the same list of players who confronted against Mauritius  a few weeks ago. Alex Song, Achille Emana, Achille WEBO , Idriss Carlos Kameni and Idrissou are not still part of the selection.


- Guy Roland N’dy Assembe (FC Nantes)
- Joslain Mayebi (CD Fatima)
- Nyame Hugo Patrick Claude ( Astres FC Douala)


- Benoît Assou Ekotto (Tottenham Hotspur)
- Gaetan Bong (Valenciennes)
- Stéphane Mbia (Olympique Marseille)
- Nicolas nkoulou (AS Monaco)
- Sébastien Bassong (Tottenham Hotspur)
- Stéphane Bikey (Burnley FC)
- Gilles Augustin Binya (Neuchatel Xamax)


- Aurélien Chedjou (Lille OSC)
- Jean II Makoun (Lyon Olympique)
- Joel Matip (FC Shalke 04)
- Georges Mandjeck (Stade Rennais)
- Eyong Enoh (Ajax Amsterdam)
- Henri Bedimo (RC Lens)
- Franck Songo’o (Aris Thessaloniki FC)
- Marcel Ndjeng (Augsburg FC)


- Aloys Nong (Standard Liège)
- Henri Bienvenu Ntsama (BSC Young Boy Berne)
- Vincent Aboubakar (Valenciennes)
- Eric Choupo-Moting (Hambourg SV)
- Samuel Eto’o Fils (Inter Milan)


- Javier CLEMENTE,
- François OMAM BIYIK,
- Jacques SONGO’O,

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CALIXTHE BEYALA demonstrates exceptional writing qualities. After paying allegiance to Cameroonian musician , Manu Dibango in a documentary film, Calixthe  focuses this time on Cameroon’s football idols in a 139 pages book titled ”Les Lions Indomptables, Cinquante ans de bonheur”. The book shall be released on the 1st of October 2010 by Albin Michel.

She honors players from the  old to the new generation making mention of glories like  Samuel Mbappé Leppe, Yegba Maya, Manga Onguene, Mbida “Arantes”, Emmanuel Kunde, Tokoto, Roger Milla, Thomas Nkono, Joseph Antoine Bell. Remarkable goals like the overhead kick from Patrick Mboma against France at Stade de France in 2000 and the tragic image of Marc Vivien Foe collapsing at Stade Gerland.

She also talks of the Lion’s achievements in 1990 in Italy, 4 African cups won and 6 participations at the World Cup.

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