3 Cameroonian,2 Tanzanian and a Guinean player have been eliminated from the lists of players submitted by their Nations for the ongoing Under 17 AFCON/ Africa’s World Cup qualifiers in Tanzania.

Cameroon’s Camal Ryan Moumbagna,Arc-En Ciel Mintonga Mpal,Aliou Souleymanou Hendji plus Tanzania’s Tepsi Evans Theonasy,Zuberi Foba Masudi and Guinea’s Alpha Boubacar Keita have all been considered ineligible for the tournament according details of results of the age detection MRI Test gathered by kick442.com.

The other five Nations in the tournament had all their players cleared to feature in the tournament according to the results we gathered.

Over the years, CAF has been firm on doing away with the tendency of Nations Fielding in over-aged players in age group tournaments in the continent.

All 3 Nations have no chance of replacing any of the players declared ineligible meaning Cameroon with 3 players eliminated will have a squad of 18 players in the competition with 3 of their players being Goalkeepers while Tanzania have just 19 players without a goalkeeper and 20 players are available for Guinea.

Cameroon and Guinea confront each other on Monday while Tanzania suffered a 4-5 defeat in their opening game this Sunday at the Dar Es Salaam National Stadium.

Angu Lesley in Dar Es Salaam

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