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CAF Cameroon Soccer Betting

Nicknames: Les Lions Indomptables (The Indomitable Lions)

Head coach: Javier Clemente

Captain: Samuel Eto'o

Most caps: Rigobert Song (138)

Top scorer: Samuel Eto'o (52)

Home stadium: Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo

Football is the clear number one sport in Cameroon. The national team has qualified for the FIFA World Cup finals five times (1982, 1990, 1994, 1998, and 2002), and reaching the quarter-finals in Italy in 1990 was the Cameroonians best performance so far. Cameroon's greatest success outside of Africa was winning the gold medal at the Olympic Football Tournament in Sydney in 2000, while the nation has won the African Cup of Nations four times (1984, 1988, 1998 and 2002) in twelve appearances at the final competition. Two coaches have had a major influence on football in Cameroon: Jean Manga Onguene, who won over 100 caps as a player, took the senior national team to the FIFA World Cup finals on four consecutive occasions, and helped the youth team secure the African Championship. Today, he heads the Goal Development Office in Yaoundé; Jean Paul Akono was the coach of the victorious Olympic team. Cameroon has regularly produced promising players, who have ultimately played professional football in Europe. Roger Milla (in France with Valenciennes, Monaco, Bastia, and Montpellier), Thomas Nkono (with Espanol in Spain) and Joseph Antoine Bell (in France with Bordeaux and Marseille) were the most famous players in recent years, who have since given way to Samuel Eto'o (Real Mallorca, Spain), Salomon Olembe (Marseille), Lauren Etame Mayer (Arsenal), Rigobert Song (Lens, France), and Gérémi Sorel Njitap (Chelsea). Football in Cameroon suffered a cruel loss with the sudden death of 28-year-old international Marc Vivien Foé (whose clubs included Olympique Lyons and Manchester City). Foé collapsed during one of the semi-finals of the FIFA Confederations Cup France 2003 and later died in the stadium despite immediate attempts to resuscitate him.

Cameroon Soccer Betting

FIFA 2014 World Cup Group A

 

2014 World Cup Game Schedule

Jun 12Brazil 3-1 CroatiaSao Paulo5:00 PM
Jun 13Mexico 1-0 CameroonNatal1:00 PM
Jun 17Brazil 0-0 MexicoFortaleza4:00 PM
Jun 18Cameroon 0-4 CroatiaManaus6:00 PM
Jun 23Cameroon 1-4BrazilBrasilia5:00 PM
Jun 23Croatia 1-3MexicoRecife5:00 PM

 


The Confederation of African Football (CAF) is the administrative and controlling body for African association football. CAF represents the national football associations of Africa, runs continental, national, and club competitions, and controls the prize money, regulations and media rights to those competitions

Starts: 2013-06-01:00.000

Ends: 2013-11-20:00.000

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