By Anye Nde Nsoh
Sports Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
AS Futuro forward Joseph Yannick N’djeng has apologized for his reaction when substituted during Cameroon’s 2020 CHAN semi-final lost against Morocco in Limbe.
The 30-year-old was involved in an altercation with some members of the technical bench for taking him off during the game. He has apologized stating he was influenced by frustration of 4#0 defeat from Morocco and his performance during the game.
“I am sorry for the way my adventure ended. We were all frustrated. When I went out (against Morocco), I felt that I had not done what I had to do. Between the nervousness and everything, I lost control of myself. I thought at the time that it was better to have more attackers on the pitch, but I expressed it the wrong way. I am sorry. I am sorry for that. The form may be bad, but the substance is not bad. Do not get distracted by all that is being said on social media. I am not a bad person. We have a tight-knot group.” Joseph Yannick N’djeng
He admits the defeat hurts but called on his fellow colleagues to be steadfast and go for the third position.
“It is true that defeat hurts us but we had a good run. We can go for this third place.” Yannick N’djeng stated.
The Intermediate Lions forward has been excluded from Saturday’s third place game against the National Elephants of Guinea.
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