By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon.
Former Cameroon international and SC Freiburg forward Mouhamadou Idrissou has been thrown out of a friend’s apartment in Germany.
The 40-year-old former SC Borussia Monchenglabach forward lastly played for Austrian amateur side FC Kufstein from 2018 but recently lost his job at the club leaving him clubless.
He returned to Germany early this year after his club terminated his contract. Fortunately he found a friend,Yüksel who allowed him to squad in his apartment.
Unfortunately, within no time, things have tend sour between them.
The 50-year-old reported Idrissou to the security service on count of multiple charges.
“He lacks interpersonal relationship skills. He sees himself above everybody. He ate my fridge empty and never bought anything. When he came into my house, he had no socks. I had to borrow him some but he trashed them all after using them just once”
“He is supposed to have handed the keys to my house, but he has not done so. I am worried, he may come at night to attack and rob me”:Yüksel told Bild Zeitung.
In response Idrissou has taken to Instagram to promise that he will return the keys after the CoronaVirus lock down.
Despite featuring for 15 clubs across the globe the journeyman whose football adventure started with Cameroonian club Racing Bafoussam over 20 years ago isn’t having a happy ending.
He has had to deal with problems with women,being sacked for lack of a work permit in Austria and could be deported to Cameroon in the days ahead.
The one-time Cotonsport of Garoua forward won 39 caps for Cameroon and scored six goals. He was a part of Cameroon’s team at the 1999 world youth championship, 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2004 African cup of nations.
Idrissou’s experience is very similar to that of many Athletes who failed to plan in their good days in the sporting industry.
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