By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon.
29-year-old Cameroonian defender Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui has expressed his support for the option of postponement the 2021 AFCON tournament to a later date.
Speaking in a recent interview with online portal Orangefootballclub.com the former Canon Yaounde defense man joined El Hadj Diouf in recommending a new date be fixed for the tournament scheduled for January-February 2021 in Cameroon.
“It will be normal to have the event postponed. The world of football has actually shutdown. Many related competitions have been postponed.The qualifiers have stopped. We don’t know when the pandemic will be over. So in my view postponing the event will be normal. The most important thing today is to find a way to eradicate this virus”‘;Ngadeu stated.
The Gent center back was Cameroon’s lead scorer when the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon won the 2017 competition in Gabon and formed a part of the team that failed in the title defense in Egypt in 2019.
Having appeared in two editions of the competition, the Bafang native currently based in Belgium understands the demands of this competition surely justifying his position.
The ex Canon Yaounde man has won 24 caps for the indomitable Lions featuring in all but two games for the team since his debut against Gambia in Limbe in March 2016.
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