By DEWAH Fabrice TEH
Sports writer, Kick442.com-Cameroon
The Cameroon Football Federation, FECAFOOT and the dissolved Cameroon Professional Football League, LFPC, will be reviving their partnership.
According to close sources, the league body will retake charge of the running of professional football in Cameroon.
The Cameroon professional football league will kick start in the country after the 2021 AFCON under the leadership of long-time president, General Pierre Semengue of the LFPC.
The information, sources say, was confirmed after the new president of the Cameroon Football Federation, Samuel Eto’o met with General Pierre Semengue, president of the formerly defunct professional football league with both parties burying hatchets from rift between the two bodies.
The LFPC and FECAFOOT were at loggerheads during the tenure of former president Seidou Mbombo Njoya.
Disagreements between the league body and the FA saw the league body being suspended and later dissolved. These, affecting the free and smooth functioning of the country’s top flight and second tier football championships.
The collaboration between the league body and the FA is expected to work to the progress of local football in the country after months of turbulent activities that saw the interference of the Court of Arbitration for Sports, CAS.
Clubs in Elite One and Elite Two championships are expected to get back and running with full professionalism guarded by the LFPC and supervised by FECAFOOT as promised by the new Cameroonian FA Boss Samuel Eto’o Fils during his campaign to be the president of the structure.
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