By DEWAH Fabrice TEH
Sports writer, Kick442.com-Cameroon
Morocco and Sierra Leonean players have been promised huge financial compensations for the participation in the fourth coming Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Cameroon.
Sierra Leone through its Sports Minister Ibrahim Nyelenkeh say players to represent the West African country in the 2021 AFCON will each receive a sum of 4, 500 US Dollars (2.6 MFCFA) for each game won during the tournament.
Each of the Leone Stars will bag home the sum of 1, 500 US Dollars (Over 870 Thousand FCFA) for every game drawn in the course of the competition in Cameroon.
Players of the John Keister led team will pocket home the sum of 3.000 US Dollars (1.7 MFCFA) each for every game played during the African sports festival where the Leone Stars will be competing in Group E alongside Algeria, Ivory Coast and Equatorial Guinea at the Japoma Stadium in Douala.
The Leone Stars left Freetown on Thursday and will be expected in Douala in the late hours of Thursday.
Atlas Lions promised massive benefits if…
Morocco has declared it will hand the Atlas Lions a sum of 95 397 Euros, that’s is over 600MFCFA.
The Moroccan government declared the team will receive the massive financial package if the North African nation emerge champions of the upcoming competition in Cameroon.
Morocco will be one of the favorites for the Cameroon football gathering.
The 1976 champions will compete in Group C where they will battle out with four time winners, the Black Stars of Ghana, debutants, the Coelacanths of Comoros Islands and Gabon at the Yaounde Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium.
Total Energies AFCON 2021 will run in Cameroon from Sunday January 9 to February 6, 2022 with 24 nations competing in six pools spread across five major cities.
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