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Indomitable Lions: Bassogog and Moukandjo Absent On Clarence Seedorf’s List

In prelude to Cameroon’s friendly against Comoros, Clarence Seedorf gives us his first list of players. If it is almost certain that there should not be a revolution as such, the first list of the Dutch technician should include many changes. And we can already be sure to see a certain Nicolas Nkoulou in the den.

The man who bracketed the national team in the aftermath of the African Cup of Nations (CAN) 2017). Upon his return to Europe after the signing of his contract, the successor of Hugo Broos made a short tour of Europe to meet some Cameroonians evolving there. Among the players met, the former captain who plays in Torino in Italy. An act that betrays the need for the new boss of the technical management to compose his defense with the former Marseillais. Nothing has filtered exchanges between the two men; The fact remains that the African champion has never really closed the doors of the selection. He ended the Broos era with loss of confidence.

The 23 summoned are the following:

GOALKEEPERS

1. ONDOA FABRICE, Seville Athlétic (Spain)
2. ONANA ANDRE, Ajax (Netherlands)
3. KAMENI CARLOS, Fenerbahçe (Turkey)

DEFENDERS

4. FAI COLINS, Standard Liège (Belgium)
5. EBOA EBOA Félix, FC Guingamp (France)
6. NGADEU NGADJUI, Slavia Prague (Czech R.)
7. OYONGO BITOLO Ambroise, Montpellier (France)
8. YAYA BANANA, Panionios (Greece)
9. ONGUENE Jérôme, Red Bull Salzburg
10. BONG Gaétan, Brigthon (England)
11. NYOM ALLAN, Leganes (Spain)

MID FIELD

12. ZAMBO ANGUISSA, O. Marseille (France)
13. MANDJECK Georges, Maccabi Haifa (Israel)
14. TAMEZE Adrien, OGC Nice (France)
15. KUNDE MALONG Pierre, Mainz (Germany)
16. SALLI Edgar, Nuremberg (Germany)

FORWARDS

17. OLINGA FABRICE, FC Moucron (Belgium)
18. ABOUBAKAR VINCENT, FC Porto (Portugal)
19. BAHOKEN STÉPHANE, R. Strasbourg (France)
20. MOTING ERIC-MAXIM CHOUPO, Stoke city (England)
21. TOKO EKAMBI, FC Angers (France)
22. NTEP Paul Georges, Wolfsburg (Germany)
23. MOUMI NGAMALEU Nicolas, Young Boys (Switzerland)

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