By Angu Lesley
France based midfielder Jean Emile Junior Onana and Stephane Bahoken of Girondin of Bordeaux and SCO Angers respectively have arrived Cameroon’s pre-AFCON 2021 camp in the peripheries of Yaounde.
Onana who was an injury doubt for the tournament arrived on Thursday evening alongside forward Bahoken who had to meet extra protocols before leaving Western France.
— Kick442 (@Kick4422) December 31, 2021
21-year old Onana who suffered an hamstring injury with his Club ten days ago has been placed under medical observation.
The staff of the Cameroon team hopes to get the Lille loanee back on the pitch over the course of the tournament while 28-year old Bahoken who top scored for Cameroon during the last AFCON has joined the rest of squad in training.
Coach António Conceiçao has 23 of players he invited at his disposal while waiting for captain Vincent Aboubakar and midfielder Lea Siliki James who are still with their clubs Al Nasr and Middleborough respectively.
The 33rd edition of the TotalErnegies Africa Cup of Nations tournament will kick-off on January 9 at the Olembe Omnisport Stadium and run for four weeks across six host venues.
Cameroon plays the first of 52 games against Burkina Faso before confronting Ethiopia and Cape Verde later in the tournament.
All rights reserved. This material and any other digital content on this platform may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, written, or distributed in full or in part, without written permission from our management.
This site is not responsible for the content displayed by external sites