Did panic seize the Cameroonian football authorities after the draw conceded at the end of the game, by the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon to the Stallions of Burkina Faso?
One is tempted to answer in the affirmative with regard to acerbic criticisms that the leaders of the sport king of Cameroon profess against Hugo Broos, the head coach of the indomitable Lions. While everyone is unanimous that during the game played last Saturday at the stade de l’Amitié in Libreville on behalf of the first day in Group A of the 2017 AFCON, the Cameroon team dominated her counterpart of Burkina Faso, Roger Milla, the itinerant ambassador did not appreciate, however, the tactical choices of coach Hugo Broos.
And to break the nail, Tombi A Roko, the president of the Cameroonian Football Federation (Fecafoot) reprimanded the Belgian technician on his coaching approaching the end of the match while Cameroon held the victory on the score of one goal to zero. The successor of Iya Mohammed at the head of the Fecafoot made his observations yesterday Monday January 16, 2017 during a session of self-criticism held in the premises of the hotel Le Méridien, base of the Cameroonian team.
Hugo Broos, who seems imperturbable to the critics, repeats to anyone who wants to give him an attentive ear, that he feeds only one regret after the match against Burkina Faso, namely the net opportunities of missed goals. At this level, the transformation of a goal opportunity does not depend on him.
In any case, the tension broods in the lair among the framers before the capital match tomorrow Wednesday against Guinea Bissau.