By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon.
The protracted suspense hanging over the future of Cameroon’s domestic football championships maybe over within the next two weeks.
Kick442.com has exclusively gathered that top officials of the management body of the different national championships in Cameroon will meet to discuss the future of the country’s football next week in the Littoral region of Cameroon.
The Cameroon Elite One, Two and Women’s Championships ended prematurely on the March 17 this year following the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic in Cameroon.
CAF’s recent decision to reschedule the 2020 African Nations Championship to January 2021 in Cameroon mandates the Cameroon football federation to find ways to achieve the resumption of football activities in the country to better prepare local players for the competition reserved for players plying their trade in their national leagues.
24 hours ago, the head coach of the intermediate Lions of Cameroon Yves Clement Arroga told kick442.com that he intends to resume camping with his team in August further stressing the need for the resumption of the competitions from which he has to select players.
The Coronavirus pandemic punctured the 2019-2020 season ended prematurely in April after the Cameroon football federation declared leaders PWD of Bamenda, Astres of Douala and Louves Minprof of Yaoundé as champions.
By all estimation, there is likelihood that football resumes in Cameroon before mid-October.
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