By Brian Mboh
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Wednesday’s Indomitable lions 6pm training session at the Olembe Annex B stadium, was marked by the presence of the Olembe stampede victims, who came to grant their support to captain Vincent Aboubakar and mates ahead of their crucial semi-finals encountered against Egypt.
In the presence of the President of the Cameroon Football Federation, Samuel Eto’o the victims extended their heartfelt gratitude to the FA boss for making the dream came through of communing with the entire national team .
One of the victims named Dalida EBODJAM, a level two student from the University of Buea, talking on behalf of the victims had the following;
“We are grateful for the warm words received this evening from the entire Indomitable lions square especially from captain Vincent Aboubakar.”
“And to President Samuel Eto’o, we say thank you for the services rendered to us. Our physical presence this evening is to galvanize our players and make them know despite the unfortunate event that occured , we remind strong behind them. We are Cameroonian for life and it’s our country to support our nation. We are feeling better now as you can see from our physical look”.
“My message to the entire Cameroonian public is that, every family or nation has problems. We have to shy away from being judgemental, when such an unfortunate event takes place . The most important thing to do is to stay focus and think about the necessary preventive measures for such an accident not to repeat itself “.
Gathered around head coach Antonio Conceicao, the Indomitable lions have expressed a high hope of booking a ticket for the finals. And have invited the entire Cameroonian public to massively turn out come Thursday at the Olembe stadium.
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