By Angu Lesley.
Football Writer,, Cameroon.

The president of the Cameroon football federation, Seidou Mbombo Njoya has appointed former Indomitable Lions defender, Timothé Atouba,37 as team manager of the intermediate Lions of Cameroon.

The decision has been made public this Thursday without much details on his contract terms.

The former Ajax Amsterdam and Tottenham star will serve as team manager under coach Yves Clement Arroga from the date of his appointment.

Coach Clement Arroga and his team are currently in camp in Douala. The team is preparing for the 2020 African Nation Championship competition to take place in Cameroon this April.

Atouba won nine titles for club and country, including the AFCON trophy with Cameroon in 2000 in Nigeria.

He returns to the Lions Den with nine years of experience in the Den, having played for Cameroon between 1999-2008.

It is his first job after his career as a player ended in 2014 at Spanish side Las Palmas.

His former team mate, M’bami Modeste had turn down the chance to occupy this role some weeks ago.

The Douala born left back who played for USD before heading to Europe will be a part of team Cameroon’s staff for the 2020 competition on home soil.


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