By Boris Esono N
Head coach of the Under 20 Lions of Cameroon Ousmanou Chriistopehr has made public a list of 32 junior lions for the first stage of preparation for the Under 20 AFCON tournament in Mauritania next year.
Cameroon qualified for the 2021 edition of the U20 AFCON in Mauritania after winning the UNIFFAC tournament, a competition played amongst the members of the Central African region held in Equatorial Guinea.
The U20 Lions faced off the competition at the Finals of the Tournament by thrashing the Central African Republic 3-0 courtesy of two goals from Junior Sunday and a goal from Saidou Ibrahim. The two players were called up by coach Ousmanou Christopher.
PWD’s Nchindo John Bosco is equally amongst the players that have been selected for the first preparatory exercise.
The list includes three goalkeepers, ten defenders, nine midfielders and ten strikers.
Hecube Wislow (Apejes of Mfou)
Mamoudou Ahmada (Coton Sport)
Essono Ondobo (Stade Renard of Melong)
Kotto Samuel (Apejes of Mfou)
Ngami Eric (Njiko FC)
Meyepya Fongain (Fauve Azur of Yaounde)
Ngoni Ali (Coton Sport Garoua)
Abanda Fils (Canon Yaounde)
Moukoto Titi (Union Sportive of Douala)
Nkoue Junior Stephane (Fortuna of Yaounde)
Nyong Loic Maxime (Ebolowa FC)
Ibrahim Saidou (Fauve Azur of Yaounde)
Aca Aristy Ngwa (Foncha Street FC)
Ambina Fidel (Renaissance of Ngoumou)
Ikpeme Stephen (Djiko FC)
Nchindo John Bosco (PWD Bamenda)
Ntep Nlend Jean (Authentique of Douala)
Amadou Daouda (Oyili FC Yaounde)
Niong Samuel (Donlap FC Douala)
Etta Eyong (Galactic of Douala)
Atemengue Ndzie Martin (Sebelas Foot)
Milla Kevin (Renaissance of Ngoumou)
Aliou Moubarak Moussa (Sahel of Maroua)
Apam Assongwe Bemol (Apejes of Mfou)
Kamdou Essono (Fondation Tafi)
Njinke Lavitesse (FC Yaounde II Formation)
Abdouraman Daman (Sahel of Maroua)
Garga Ben Youssouf (Fauve Azur of Yaounde)
Victor Pius Onana (Fauve Azur of Yaounde)
Sunday Jang Junior (Eding Sport of Lekie)
Mustapha Hadj Issa (Gazelle of Garoua)
It should be noted that next year will be the 16th edition of the competition. Next year will be the first edition in Africa U-20 Cup of Nations to have been expanded to 12 teams instead of eight. The top four teams of the tournament will qualify for the 2021 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Indonesia as the CAF representatives.
Cameroon will be making its 11th appearance next year with the best appearance being champions in 1995.
Teams qualified includes Mauritania (debut), Tunisia (debut), Morocco (winners in 1997), Ghana (champions in 1993, 1999, 2009), Burkina Faso (4th place in 2003), Uganda (debut), Tanzania (debut), Namibia (debut), and Mozambique (debut).
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