By Angu Lesley
Football Writer,

The intermediate Lions of Cameroon have had their first run out at the Unity Stadium in Congo Brazzaville.

Yves Clement Arroga and his trusted Lions enjoyed one hour of different drills which doubles as their recognizance session ahead of their first game against DR Congo.

The Lions guided by coach Yves Clement Arroga looked sharp in the different drills throughout the session.

Simon Omossola and the rest of the goalkeepers department of the team did a better part of the session on their own under the supervision of goalkeeper trainer Clement Assimba.

The team was visibly confident ahead of their first friendly game against DR Congo on Sunday.

The entire team evacuated the training ground at 5:00PM local time giving way for their Sunday’s opponents who arrived the stadium just before the departure of the Lions.

The 60 000 capacity Stadium will host Cameroon’s game against DR Congo at 3:30 PM this Sunday in Brazzaville.

The game is a remake of the two legged qualifiers for the 2016 CHAN qualifiers which Cameroon won on aggregate.


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