The agenda of the meeting will focus on the consideration of the internal report on the events of the friendly match CAMEROON v Guinea on 28 March 2017.
Convened by the President of FECAFOOT, Mr. Tombi A Roko, a meeting of the Emergency Committee, extended to the members of the Executive Committee residing in Yaoundé, will be held on Monday 3 April at 2 pm at the headquarters of FECAFOOT in Yaoundé, from the federation made public this Sunday.
The agenda for the meeting will focus on the consideration of the internal report on the events of the friendly match CAMEROON v Guinea on 28 March, mentioned the communique.
The so-called scandal of Brussels continues to fuel the debates in Cameroonian soccer circles. This is all the more so because of the sequestration of the indomitable Lions deprived of meals at the Parker Hotel for unpaid bills to the Oyongo Bitolo case passing by the muscular exit of the coach, Hugo Broos who, overwhelmed by the amateurism that reigns around and within the lair of the indomitable Lions, questions his future with Cameroon, no responsibility has yet been officially established.
The announced meeting will lift up – and this is what football fans and fans of the indomitable Lions are hoping for – a sail on the responsibilities of each other in this new scandal that is choking the image of the indomitable Lions.