Popular Cameroon Journalist, Angu Lesley has gone bananas and has hit back on the post match press conference England Manager, Phil Neville had after the controversial 3-0 win over Cameroon, and stands for the school of thought that Neville took the law into his own hands with unkind comments – thus he should apologise with immediate effect.
Angu Lesley, popularly known as Dr stats said:” “Phil Neville must apologise for his words about Cameroon and the Cameroon players, sometimes players emotions get the best out of them but it’s on him as a coach to speak with control and not raged the way he did,the Women’s game is still growing and outings like that can threaten it’s growth. It must be condemned with the last energy we have.He is in the Women’s game not only to coach and get results but to inspire footballers”
This is coming on the back of events that has seen FIFA now investigating the Indomitable Lionesses in what has been a troubled last 5 days for them.
If the world football governing body is plotting something in the pipeline for the Lionesses of Cameroon, then, Neville should not be told or hustled by anyone to withdrew irritating comments like “I am completely and utterly his ashamed of the opposition”, going ahead to personally aim at the Cameroon players “ if that was my team – and it will never be any of my players – they would never play for England again”.
It is funny getting such comments from a man considered a professional, and a role model to most people.
For those who watched Neville, he was a defender who was not composed all the times with harsh tackles, and at certain moments lost his cool – here is he, preaching football without contact, how ironic? The England boss then capped off his rants with; “they should count their lucky stars that it wasn’t five or six”. All these statements were not only aimed at the Indomitable Lionesses but a nation. Phil Neville should do the honorable thing and apologise to one of the biggest footballing nations in the world. Many like the renounced journalist are bubbling with anger underneath their skin in Cameroon.