By Charles Embola
Football writer kick442.com Cameroon
Fecafoot interim bureau led by its boss Seidou Njoya today held a crucial meeting with professional league clubs and agreed to resume football on the 27th and 28th for elite 2 and 1 respectively
The meeting which saw 25 of the 35 professional clubs attend, took place in the FA’s head office in Yaoundé. The Cameroonian professional football league has been halted since March 2020 by the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic but has seen several attempts to restart compounded by intestinal squabbling between the professional league Body(LFPC) and the Football government body Fecafoot.
Some innovations also came into light as members of the executive bureau and club representatives agree on splitting the elite 1 championship into two poles A & B. Teams in the Center, Littoral, Northwest, and West regions have been shared in their respective poles equitably in a bid to ease financial constraints weighing on the clubs currently. This initiative will prevent all 20 elite 1 clubs from traveling throughout the national territory. However, uncertainty still looms as contesting factions of the current FA’s transitional bureau let by Senator Albert Mbida also held a meeting today which was interrupted by the forces of law and order in Yaoundé.
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