The young midfielder of the Olympique de Marseille prefers for the moment to devote himself totally to his club.
André Franck Zambo Anguissa, who is among the 35 shortlisted players from Hugo Broos‘ list for AFCON Gabon 2017, has just declined the invitation of the Indomitable Lions coach. Instead of living the adventure of the AFCON with the indomitable Lions, André Franck Zambo Anguissa prefers to remain in club where he feels better. “I feel like I’m in the right place at the right time and with the right coach,” the team said.
Since the end of November, André Franck Zambo Anguissa takes full advantage of the absence of Diarra to win in Marseille. And at this moment when his star shines, the Cameroonian international does not wish to spoil his career by going to the AFCON in Gabon in January 2017 which is risky.
Joel Matip had already declined the convocation of Hugo Broos saying that he prefers to stay also in club instead of coming to live once more the shame in the den of the indomitable Lions as at the World Cup 2014 which was characterized by Improvisation, amateurism and struggles for influence.
At this pace, it will be difficult for the technical staff of Cameroon to gather the 35 players summoned. Besides the players without motivation, the list of Broos also includes wounded or small soccer players such as Aurélien Chedjou, Nicolas Nkoulou and Bedimo operated last November after the game against Zambia in which he had not taken part .