The Cameroonian government wants to know the causes of the scandal that took place on Tuesday 28 March in the lair of the indomitable Lions, before taking any sanctions and measures to prevent the occurrence of another scandal. For all these reasons, the Minister of Sports and Physical Education summoned Tombi A Roko the president of the FECAFOOT, Hugo Broos the head coach of the national team, the officials of the administrative staff of the indomitable Lions and Ministry of Finance.
As a reminder, on Tuesday 28 March 2017 at the Parker Hotel in Brussels in Belgium, Cameroon’s national football team was refused entry to the hotel’s restaurant for unpaid invoice. In a press conference after the match lost 1 goal against 2 in front of the Syli national of Guinea, the coach of the indomitable Lions, Hugo Broos had profited to spread the shortcomings registered since his recruitment a little over a year ago. And as if the leaders of the pennant selection had not already enough tarnished the image of Cameroon, the player Oyongo Bitolo complained the next day that he was abandoned at the airport of Brussels by those who were in charge of Organizing his return trip to Canada.
This is to understand at his level the causes of the incidents recorded in Belgium and establish the responsibilities on all floors that the members of the Emergency Committee of the FECAFOOT will meet again this afternoon. During this meeting, FECAFOOT will also decide a position to be defended at the meeting announced tomorrow Tuesday 04 April 2017 on the same subject with the Minister of Sports and Physical Education