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Indomitable Lions of Cameroon: Sacked Hugo Broos Attacks Samuel Eto’o

After being sacked from his job as coach of the national football team of Cameroon, the Belgian technician Hugo Broos can now give his opinion and express his views on the latest news.

Recently interviewed by the sport-foot magazine, Hugo Broos focused on the last meeting in France between Dieudonné Happi, the president of the standardization committee of the Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) and some players of the national team who had suddenly left the den and who so far were in cold with the former leaders of the federation.

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Attacking Samuel Eto’o, Hugo Broos think that the former striker Barça has an enormous influence on his friends and the return of the latter in the national team will be a new ” Olé Olé “. In addition, Hugo Broos adds that with the return of these so-called holders, the national team will be transformed into a group of friends and the players will not give themselves more thoroughly as they did to win the cup. Africa.

” Without these so-called holders, everyone was giving it all and we won the CAN . Now that they are back, it will be back again , “he said in Sport / Foot Magazine. ” I can tell you with certainty that it was not the coach who decided to call them back, his selection was corrected. Samuel Eto’o has an enormous influence again and his boyfriends are back in the national team . ”

While the chairman of the standardization committee believes it was necessary to bring back some former players who could bring their experience to the youngest, former coach Hugo Broos think rather that it is a bad initiative that will destabilize the den.

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