Cameroon captain Samuel Eto’o has been slammed a 15-match ban by Cameroon football federation FECAFOOT. Samuel Eto’o has been blamed for frequent money issue disputes in the national team especially during the 4 nation tournament in Marrakech. He led a strike demanding unpaid dues and influenced the players to boycot a friendly against Algeria.
The striker has two weeks to appeal the ban which would rule him out of a 2013 Africa Cup of Nations tie in Guinea Bissau on February 29 next year and 2014 World Cup qualifiers against Democratic Republic of Congo and Libya in June.
The Algerian coach is quite happy with the 15-match ban which cost Algeria $1 million.
Eyong Enoh has equally been banned for 2 matches and Assou Ekoto fined $2000 for failing to respect the invitation at the Marrakech Tournament.