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Thursday, 01 June 2006

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Fritzane Kiki H.K


This is a sign of heroirism and martyrdom in the first order.Eto'o has reached the complexion point of his achievement and it should sound as a good example for others to copy.His humanitarian jestures could not be over emphasised.He has stood the test of time from his courage to overcome discrimination and racism in Europe.I see him as someone who will be as an eye opener to many if not all Camerooian youths,African and why not the world atlarge.

With his many trophies he has been one of the most successful footballers in Cameroon and African history.He has succeed where many have failed.I appreciate him and encourage him to countinue with thesame spirit for the upcoming season.

Allez-en avant

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

Watesih

Yeah Fritzane ,
You are right.I remember when i visited Shanghai some time ago and met two Chinese Policemen.They sought to know where i came from ,and when i said Cameroon,the shouted in unison Kamailong!,
and incessantly repeated the words Eto`o,Eto`0 ,Barcelona,Eto`o Eto`o,Barcelona.My hair stood on ends,because this is the only moment that ones love for Cameroon cannot be challenged.
Eto`o is a god and as you said earlier,he has treaded where others could not.Every generation has its peculiarities.
Last time it was Milla,may be nexttime it will be NdiAkem junior.Today in Brazil,it is Ronaldhino,yesterday,it was Ronaldo.Life is not static ,and with the advent of Television and internet,the Youths will have something to prove.Eto`o is also humble.If it were another loud mouth,he would have made a song about getting Mfede out of Prison in Indonesia.

Tabi (Sweden)

Good gesture.

Nkemtaji (sweden)

May God continue to bless you Eto`o
Try to be an example may be those shameless idiots and Embezzlers may learn.
May God continue to bless you.

TALKTRUE

bravo ETO'O AND MAY THE ALMIGHTY GOD GRAND U WISDOM TO MANANGE YOUR GAINS . I JUST WISH THAT YOU MAKE ALL WAYS SO THAT CAMEROON ADMINISTRATORS COULD CONSTRUCT FOOTBALL TFIELDS ALL OVER THE NATION.

hongla kelvin

eto'o you are my mentor.really i think all has been said by those out who are experiencing what eto'o has done so i think nothing is left apart from the fact that camerooniains should nunanimously join and speak well of sam .look at him receiving his third african player of the year's award from president olusegun in nigeria,look at the joy the president had talking with such a wanderfull star i think it is an honour for cameroon and us fellow country men lets all rally tooth and nail and support pap[a eto'o in making a name for our country and helping us catch the admiration of white men and non nationals as we shall be free many times from their useless worries when ever they hear of cameroon.
PAPA ETO'O WE ARE BEHIND YOU ,GO AHEAD AND NEVER LOOK BACK WITH ALL YOUR PHILANTROPIC ACTIVITIES YOU ARE CARRYING OUT.
HONGLA KELVIN LEPASHA.

Christian Muenyi

I'm surprised Eto'o did not mention the problem of poor sports facilities.
We are looking forward to also recieving him when his team tours the US in the next couple of months.

Leslie Njume

My dear fans of the post,
When a man sees his fatherland in the air for victory, he wastes no time in seizing the opportunity to elaborate.

Twoo weeks back at a seminar in Wrtfphul,close to Berlin in Germany, i met students from other countries and one from Poland studying in Spain made me appear a hero fo Eto´o ´s sake.
You know what i´m talking of and there is no beating around the bush.
If all the opportuned fellows of this nations could raise a hang even as small as what we call a widow´s mite,imagine what our country will be in a decade or so.
Bravo Etoó
ADIEU.

AKENDE DIEUDONNE

i really do not have much to say for all has been said by my predessesors but one thing eto'o, i like it when you hail jesus He alone gives you the power to continue Hold on to him and have the africa's player of the year 5 straight times Enjoy your game and play it well

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