By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
The Cameroon football federation, FECAFOOT led by president Seidou Mbombo Njoya have signed a three-year-deal with the Qatari football federation, QFA with the aim of improving a litany of areas in football in both nations.
The deal was announced by the communications unit of the Cameroon football federation on Tuesday. The release carrying some facts about the the new deal states that, the deal will ensure the different national teams of Cameroon benefits from support from Qatar just like 17 other areas in Cameroon football.
The departments of marketing, Refereeing, Youth football, Futsal, Women’s football amongst 12 others in Cameroon will directly from this move.
In addition, both nations are expected to share through symposiums,coaching clinics, tournaments organized by each nation amongst others.
It is obviously a great move from the Cameroon football federation as the history of Cameroon’s football puts both parties in a win-win situation.
It is not the first time both nation’s are doing a deal. In the build up to the 2019 AFCON tournament in Egypt, the Qatar football federation took a part of Cameroon’s obligations including the hosting of a training camp in Qatar.
The Cameroon football federation is amongst the most successful federations in Africa. Having masterminded success in different continental and global football events, FECAFOOT is a reference at least on the pitch. Their Qatari counterparts may not have the same story, but have expressed a motivation to invest in the game making many optimistic about their future.
Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup while Cameroon are host of the CHAN 2020 and the 2021 AFCON tournaments.
Therefore, free-minded and optimistic Cameroonians will remain hopeful that this move will meet it’s desired objectives especially enhancement of the growth of the beautiful game in both football “crazy” nations.
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