Ivory Coast and Cameroon join Nigeria in Brazil

  Ivory Coast and Cameroon join Champions Nigeria  as teams that have booked a place in Brazil 2014 as World Cup qualification enters its final stage. Earlier, the  Super Eagles  defeated the Walya Antelopes' of  Ethiopia 2-0 courtesy of goals from Victor Moses and Victor Obinna.Completing a 4-1 aggregate win. Ivory Coast went

Eto’o’s retirement is a message to the authorities

Cameroon legend Roger Milla believes Samuel EtoÔÇÖo is using his retirement from international duty to send a message to the countryÔÇÖs "rotten'' authorities. EtoÔÇÖo, 32, made a return to international action in 2012 after resolving a series of disputes with Cameroonian football federation (Fecafoot), but he is reported to have told

Eto ends love affair with Cameroon

Cameroon Captain Samuel Eto has ended his love affair with his country after he announced his retirement from international football. French sports daily L'Equipe reports that the four-time African player of the year winner has quit the Indomitable Lions citing personal reasons. The former Barcelona goal getter made the huge announcement

Tragedy mars Africa’s memories

Tragically, Africa's performances at the FIFA Confederations Cup have been overshadowed in the memory by the death of Cameroon midfielder Marc-Vivien Foe, who died shortly after collapsing during the Indomitable Lions' 2003 semi-final against Colombia. Not knowing the extent of the drama that was being played out in the medical

Cameroon FA cancels player list for World Cup qualifying

The football federation has rejected a list of 25 players prepared and published by embattled coach Jean-Paul Akono for the Indomitable LionsÔÇÖ qualifier against Togo Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) on Thursday turned down the list of players submitted by coach Jean-Paul Akono for their World Cup qualifier against Togo on June

Foreign coach ‘waste of money’ – Milla

Cameroon would be wasting money by hiring a foreigner to take charge of the national soccer team, the country's former World Cup hero Roger Milla said on Monday after officials travelled to Europe for talks with prospective coaches. "Up to now Jean-Paul Akono and his assistants have almost achieved their main