By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
One of Cameroon’s greatest footballer of all time Samuel Eto’o Fils was a surprised guest during the Intermediate Lions of Cameroon training session of Thursday, January 14, 2021.
The Cameroon all-time record-man for the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon made a stop in the Lions den alongside retired team mates Bill Tchato amongst others.
The legends took advantage of the visit to encourage the boys to give their all for the country’s badge while assuring them of their undiluted support.
“You have to believe in yourselves, I believe in myself and that made me the best. You will play in front of your family and friends. I wasn’t this lucky but today you guys are and should make the most of it,” Eto’o told the 33 intermediate Lions in camp.
Complete List Of Players for the Cameroon’s CHAN2020 jamboree:
1. Haschou Kerrido (PWD Bamenda)
2. Epane Letizi (Stade Renard of Melong)
3. Dande Junior (APEJES of Mfou)
4. Banga Bindjeme (Coton Sport)
5. Etame Ngombe (Coton Sport)
6. Ndedi Junior (Donlap)
7. Gabriel Fils Penda (Apejes)
8. Mbouri Yamkam Basile (PWD of Bamenda)
9. Keumi Steve (Stade Renard)
10. Serge Andoulo (Union Sportive)
11. Hassana Mamoudou (Coton Sport)
12. Felix Oukine (Coton Sport)
13. Badoudana Onana (Stade Renard)
14. Tchuente Thierry (Coton Sport)
15. Emmanuel Joël Kofana (Canon Yaounde)
16. Martin Loic Ako Assomo (AS Fortuna)
17. Bertrand Junior Mani (Colombe)
18. Meyong Alfred (Stade Renard)
19. Mfede Junior Anthony (AS Futuro)
20. Joseph Yannick N’Djeng (AS Futuro)
21. Jacques Zoua Daogari ( AS Futuro)
22. Bryand Soga (Apejes)
23. Rayonne Mbougain (UMS)
1. Narcisse Junior Nlend (Cotonsports)
2. Rostand Moukap (Bamboutos)
3. Boung Joel Ondoa (PWD)
4. Joel Ebanda (Colombe)
5. Ondoa Edima Franck (ASCINFOOT)
6. Joel M. Ngon A Tiati (Canon)
7. Marc Dynam Atangana (Fauve Azur)
8. Valentin Beo Bato (Astres)
9. Man Ykre (Colombe)
10. Hans Moussima (Fauve Azur).
Roger Milla and other greats also made a stop in the Lions den on Wednesday.
The host open their CHAN campaign on January 16 against Zimbabwe in Yaoundé before facing Mali and Burkina Faso later in the competition with hopes of making it out of the group stages for the first time since 2016.
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