Cameroon fires head coach after being Kicked out of AFCON campaign


BY BONIFACE MUUSYA – Cameroon have said goodbye to their headcoach Clarence Seedorf after an unacceptable exit aginst Nigeria.

Seedorf’s assistant, the former Netherlands striker Patrick Kluivert, has also been kicked out after the defending champions were dumped out in the last 16, losing 3-2 to Nigeria

Cameroon who will host the next Africa Cup of Nations in June 2021, have an uphill task to take part in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers that are likely to start later this year.

Seedorf, the former Milan and Netherlands midfielder, was in charge for 12 matches which they only won four – against Zambia, Comoros Islands, Malawi and Guinea-Bissau.

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