By Eyong Macdella
The Confederation of African Football’s President, Dr Patrice Motsepe has appointed Former Indomitable Lions,Geremi Njitap and Joseph Antoine Bell to the Technical Commission for the development of African football.
Ace goalkeeper, Antoine Bell joins this commission as a representative of the Central African zone while the former Real Madrid Star, Njitap, makes his debut with the label of FIFPRO, an international footballers’ organization were he is leader of the African section.
The President made a few appointments yesterday, June 27, which includes other former Football Legends.
Former Ivorian international footballer, Clémentine Touré, Mali’s Mohamed Magassouba have been made part of the commission alongside Nigeria’s Emmanuel Sheri Adebayor, Khalilou Fadiga from Senegal and Herita Ilunga from Congo.
They have as responsibility to review new actions that can facilitate the technical development of African football.
For the records, Joseph Bell Antoine played at the goalpost for Cameroon from 1977-1994 and made over 70 appearances. Meanwhile Geremi Njitap represented Cameroon from 1996-2010,making 118 appearances and scored 13 goals.
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