By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
The Under-17 national selection of Cameroon have begun a third training camp in preparations for the upcoming Central African regional tournament which doubles as qualifiers for the African Cup of Nations penciled for next month in Morocco.
Coach Anicet Mbarga Foe took charge of the first training session with 23 players this Saturday at the Omnisport Annex I Stadium in Yaoundé-Cameroon.
It was a relatively smaller squad for the trainer who awaits the return of Moursou Eric who is away with Cotonsport of Garoua.
The squad divided into a group of three with the goalkeepers apart spent much of the training time working on selected drills through the instruction of fitness coach Alain Nseme.
The first session lasted over two hours after which the team returned to their base at Felydac Hotel.
The team had a second training session at 4pm on Saturday.
The Lions are expected to continue the same exercise for the next 12 days sandwiching training with friendly games while waiting for the organizers of the UNIFFAC tournament to communicate the kick off date and venue of the tournament.
Cameroon are holders of both the UNIFFAC and AFCON trophy won in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
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