A decision by the President of the Cameroon Football Federation, published on Tuesday, May 09, 2017, appoints a new General Coordinator of National Football Teams.
The new boss of the administration of national football teams in Cameroon is called Koa Luc. Elected member of FECAFOOT and CPDM MP, the new recruit to the position of General Coordinator National Football Teams replaces André Nguidjol. The decision that appoints Koa Luc, is signed by Tombi A Roko, president of the FECAFOOT who said he received the validation of sports minister Pierre Ismaël Bidoung Mpkwatt.
The latter has thus dropped his protege that he had taken from retirement to make him return to business less than three years ago. André Nguidjol is thus the first victim of the Brusselsgate, the name of the scandal that occurred in March in the hotel of the indomitable Lions during a training course in the Belgian capital. The players and their framers had been turned back at the entrance of the restaurant for an unpaid invoice story.
Read the release below: