By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, Cameroon

The first coming together of 31 players that were summoned earlier this month for a training camp from November 11th in Yaounde has been postponed. understands the boys summoned by the intermediate Lions head coach Clement Aroga will meet in Yaounde from November 18th and not 11th as initially announced.

This online portal is still investigating reasons behind the postponement but unofficial sources have told this reporter that the move has been made because of the busy nature of this period of the month for the different national teams of Cameroon.

Three of Cameroon’s national football teams have games this week. This makes the postponement to likely to a move to give the intermediate team a greater attention after this period and the games for the senior men and women’s teams.

The Under 23 Lions of Cameroon face Mali on Monday 11th in an AFCON clash in Cairo, the Indomitable Lionesses face Ivory Coast in a Tokyo 2020 Olympics qualifiers game on Tuesday 12th in Yaounde and the senior men’s team face Cape Verde and Rwanda on Thursday 14th and Sunday 17th November in Yaounde and Kigali respectively in two AFCON 2021 qualifiers games.

The intermediate Lions will therefore meet on Monday 18th November 2019 for a two weeks camp in Yaounde which will be the first for the new coach and the first for this category of the national team since January 2018.

Cameroon will host the 2020 CHAN competition next April in Limbe,Buea, Yaounde and Douala.


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