The coach of the national selection of Cameroon was made “Citizen of honor” in his hometown in Jebbege, Belgium. He was accompanied by Team Manager, Alphonse Tchami and Dr. William Ngatchou.
Happiness never comes alone. After winning the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2017 at the head of the technical supervision of the national team of Cameroon, Hugo Broos has just been made “Citizen of honor” of his hometown, Jebbege, near Bruges, Belgium. It was during a ceremony specially organized in honor of the Belgian technician, accompanied by some members of his staff, notably the Team manager, Alphonse Tchami and the doctor, William Ngatchou. The opportunity for the Embassy of Cameroon in Brussels to convey to it all the recognition of the Cameroonian community residing in Belgium. “Mr. Hugo Broos, the coach of the Cameroon national team, has given the Cameroonian people pride by bringing the Indomitable Lions for the fifth time to the firmament of African football,” said the ambassador’s representative.
For him, “Cameroon’s victory in Libreville was realized after a wait of 15 years which represented an eternity for the Cameroonian people. The coach Hugo Broos was able to build this victory in a setting and atmosphere not very serene. But thanks to his expertise, his great experience and his strong personality, he was able to set up a competitive team that dominated the competition by thwarting all predictions. ” For the record, Hugo Broos was at his first experience at the AFCON, during this Gabon edition.