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Hahahahahahahaha

Hahaha. Cameroon we are finished. Our economy is bad, their is no infrastructure in the country, the educational system is crappy and we can't even qualify for African Nations cup. Doomed Country....

A P Geofrey

Cameroonians deserve all that which is happening to them 100%. If you cannot make your own destiny, then I guess somebody else will make it for you. And when he does, then we should accept it and take it with two hands.
I doubt if we will ever win any other football worth of the name again.

Martins Nnoko

I'm glad Cameroon lost. The team is not a reflection of the Cameroon society. All the players with the exception of one is a reflection of the development in Cameroon. All the stadiums, good roads to name but few are situated in their part of the country. What do we have. Bad roads (go to Ktown), then you understand what I mean. Until the team reflects the true population of the Cameroon people, I do not care if they win or lose.

John Dinga

Some times a loss like this is a golden opportunity for serious stock taking and to arrive at the answer to "Where did we go wrong?"
It would be so nice to do that but will the authorities?

I am a firm believer that we can still repair our battered image. All we need is some serious soul searching to put the right pegs into the proper holes. The practice of selecting only persons whose names sound "right" to place in responsible positions - from the wings they play on the football field to the offices they mand - is hurting us all and we must admit it. Cameroon is known as the country where people are employed not based on what they know, but on who they know. That does not augur well for our national image. Even giving the national airline the veneer of bilingualism when we all know it is lopsidedly monolingual is an exercise in self-deception. (By the way, I have suggested and I am doing so again, that the next time the airline crashes, the authorities should seriously consider renaming it "Air Peut-etre".

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