By Angu Lesley
Football Writer,


Cameroon’s deputy coach Emmanuel Ndoumbe Bosso has told that the experience of facing Mali in the 2011 competition in Sudan may have little or no influence on the performance of the Cameroon team in the 2020 CHAN competition.

Ndoumbe Bosso was head coach of the intermediate Lions of Cameroon in 2011 and oversaw his side’s game against Mali then in Sudan.

These days Ndoumbe Bosso the deputy of Yves Clement Arroga as they build a unit for success in the 2020 CHAN competition.

11 years after Cameroon have been paired against Mali in Pool A of the same competition.

“Well back then,we got our lessons from the game,they had a good team, just like our team was good but this is a new generation. It is difficult to have players who played for either side back then, in fact, I don’t know any.I think the players will all be new in the fixture against Mali and it is going to be a good game.

Cameroon will face Zimbabwe in the group opener in Yaounde on April 4 before clashing with Mali and Burkina Faso later in the competition.

Anye Derick,Banga Bienvenu, Etta Bawak are some of the players who featured against Burkina Faso in the 2018 competition in Morocco and are hoping to make the cutfor their second chance to get the better of the West African opponent nation.



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