Coach Clarence Seedorf names first Cameroon squad

Coach Clarence Seedorf names first Cameroon squad

Cameroon coach Clarence Seedorf has published his very first list of players ahead of an international friendly against Comoros on September 8.

Seedorf and his assistant Patrick Kluivert returned to the country during the weekend after a brief European tour to meet with a couple of Cameroonian players.

French-born Paul-Georges Ntep of Wolfsburg figures on the list, after representing France national team twice, although in unofficial matches.

Nice midfielder Adrien Tameze, also born in France, earlier gave Seedorf the nod and is now part of the team.

However, key player Nicolas Nkoulou is still missing. His meeting with the new coach in Turin last week appears not to have yielded any fruits.

Also absent is 2017 Africa Cup of Nations best player Christian Bassogog, former captain Benjamin Moukandjo and Clinton Njie.


Goalkeepers: Ondoa Fabrice (Sevilla), Onana Andre (Ajax), Kameni Carlos (Fenerbahçe)

Defenders: Fai Colins (Standard de Liège), Eboa Eboa Felix (Guingamp), Ngadeu Ngadjui (Slavia Prague), Oyongo Bitolo Ambroise (Montpellier), Yaya Banana (Panionios), Onguene Jerome (Red Bull Salzbourg), Bong Gaetan (Brighton), Nyom Allan (Leganes)

Midfielders: Zambo Anguissa (Marseille), Mandjeck Georges (Maccabi Haifa), Tameze Adrien (Nice), Kunde Malong Pierre (Mayence), Salli Edgar (Nuremberg).

Forwards: Olinga Fabrice (FC Moucron), Aboubakar Vincent (Porto), Bahoken Stephane (Strasbourg), Choupo Moting Eric Maxim (Stoke City), Toko Ekambi (FC Angers), NTEP Paul Georges (Wolfsburg), Moumi Ngamaleu (Young Boys)

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