By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, Cameroon
Legendary Cameroonian striker Patrick Henri Ndem Mboma is set to announce his intention to become the next head coach of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon tonight on Canal+.
According to French Journalist Philippe Doucet, the former PSG forward who won two AFCON titles and an Olympics Gold Medal for Cameroon will take advantage of his outing on the popular Television show Talent D’Afrique announce his decision to get the top job.
Cameroon has been without a head coach since sacking Dutchman Clarence Seedorf in August. Seedorf failed guide Cameroon pass Nigeria in the round of 16 of the 2019 AFCON in Egypt this summer.
Kick442.com reported in August that Patrick Mboma was in line to replace Seedorf.
The former Cameroon international ended a 9 years stay in the Lions den in 2004 but continued playing football till his full retirement in 2005.
Mboma scored 142 goals for in 318 games for club and country.
Mboma won the African footballer of the year award and BBC footballer of the year award in 2000 amongst other honours.
Cameroonians interested in football will be glued on Canal+ tonight especially at a time when the quest to see a national at the helm of the Lions Den is huge.
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