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« Pilleurs de Victoires | Main | Cameroon’s World Cup exit:A tactical perspective »

Saturday, 19 June 2010


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We are bitterly dissapointed by Cameroon's exit. The game with Denmark was enthralling, however, it is fair to say that the Indomitable Lions let themselves down in the game against Japan. Lets hope Ghana, Ivory Coast and possibly Nigeria (if they get through) give us something to cheer!

Chief  Ayuk  Arrey

Due to the Adoration and worship of the French by the Biya regime Fecefoot officials, they find nothing wrong with Le Guen.
Those of us and Roger Milla whose saw that something is round with the team, were we naive?

With Paul Le Guen, even Afghanistan, Pakistan, Chad, Niger,e.t.c will win Cameroon.

The First Ever World Cup to be held in Africa and Cameroon was the First team to be eliminated from the tournament just in the first round.


I am a Sri Lankan living in Italy , I must say Cameroon you played a magnificient game,the very best so far ,its pitty to see you walked away.. be courageous eto' and you Lions.. there will another time..good luck

Leif Viking Midtgaard

By By Cameroun have you ever meet a VIKING before ??

Bang Banga

Lief, Erik, whatever...saw Vikings...unimpressed.

Erik den Røde

what happen wen a "lion" meet a Viking ?

Ma Mary

OMG Danish juvenile delinquents are now trolling this blog.

ojong manfred

let us give our support to the Nederlands, so that, Le guen shouldn`t have anything in his resume.

Bang Banga

Footballers were quite evenly matched. The performance of the different countries was related to the social situation in the various countries. The strife in the Cameroon team matches the tattered state of the country. In the case of France, a country that likes to use black and African people without respecting their Africanness got its reward. Now racists are attacking the footballers in the press there.

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