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Tyson

Thumbs up Atem. The sky is your limit.You will succeed in JesusĀ“ name

Fritzane Kiki HK

Mr Atem you merit to be called up for the Lions by now.Your age and successes should not be overemphasised.You have stood the test of time both at home and abroad.Presently you are the only Anglophone in the diaspora,who can proudly say 'soccer is my profession', since many have been discouraged by the all-francophone selection of the Lions and Lioness teams at all levels.

We only pray you keep up the pace and forget about social life and those ladies in Europe,they have been the ones killing those professional players slowly,so take your job as top priority with prime objective to succeed.Since I know your family and your elder brother Nelson Atem personally, I only use the popular French saying; 'allez en avant'.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

Fritzane Kiki HK

Mr Atem you merit to be called up for the Lions by now.Your age and successes should not be overemphasised.You have stood the test of time both at home and abroad.Presently you are the only Anglophone in the diaspora,who can proudly say 'soccer is my profession', since many have been discouraged by the all-francophone selection of the Lions and Lioness teams at all levels.

We only pray you keep up the pace and forget about social life and those ladies in Europe,they have been the ones killing those professional players slowly,so take your job as top priority with prime objective to succeed.Since I know your family and your elder brother Nelson Atem personally, I only use the popular French saying; 'allez en avant'.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

rexon

How can Atem ever be selected for the national team of La Republique? Even when Kumba lakers won the junior football competition, with both the highest goal scorer, best goalkeeper, best player coming from their team, not even a single one of them was selected because they were all Southern Cameroonians. Atem would and has been treated thesame. The sooner Southern Cameroonians realise that they are their own enemy in not wanting to fight for their freedom, the better.

Cheers.

rexon

The Southern Cameroon national football team is not internationally recognized. It represents English-speaking peoples of the Southern Cameroons (now West Cameroun).

Southern Cameroon is neither a member of FIFA nor the CAF and does not participate in international tournaments. The goal of the Holland-based Southern Cameroon Football Association, which was formed in 2005 and controls the team, is to gain official status. They are provisional members of the New Federations Board, which organizes matches for non-official national teams. They initially intended to compete in the inaugural VIVA World Cup, but had to withdraw from all their matches.

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