While he was scheduled to take part in a gala match organized by a brewery company based in Cameroon a few days ago, former indomitable lions striker Patrick Mboma responded to some of the journalists’ concerns. For Patrick Mboma, Samuel Eto’o is the best African footballer in history.
« Samuel Eto’o is the best African in history, I think. I know that on this I can hurt some people. There have been many very great players on the African scene; I’m thinking of Georges Weah, Roger Milla and many others. But the reality is that Samuel Eto’o is the No. 1 in Africa, « said the former PSG star.
Football: Patrick Mboma nominates the best African player in history
S « expressing a return of Samuel Eto’o in selection for CAN 2019, Patrick Mboma wanted to respect the decision of the former Barcelona.
« He announced his international retirement a long time ago now. The question is not whether he can, but if he wants. And will the future coach of the national team be in this same will? I think that sportingly, Eto’o still has qualities to defend the colors of Cameroon. But we should also respect his desire to withdraw. « He said before concluding by showing interest for Cameroon to organize the CAN 2019: » Organize a competition like this is also improve sports infrastructure, hospital, airport … it is some something that Cameroon must benefit from, « concluded the former star of Parma.
Hervé Renard unveils the greatest player he has trained!
Today coach of Morocco, Hervé Renard passed through Zambia and Ivory Coast where he managed to win two CAN (African Cup of Nations). In a short video directed to Yaya Touré on the show Talent d’Afrique, the French technician revealed that the giant Ivorian midfielder was the greatest footballer he had the chance to train in his career.
« I have often spoken on the subject and I think you (Yaya Touré) are the greatest player I have had the chance to train. Three or three and a half years later, a big thank you to you and all the other players for giving us this title (African Cup of Nations) in 2015. «
Dortmund has a new coach (official)
Ce n’est pas vraiment une surprise : Lucien Favre est le nouvel entraîneur du Borussia Dortmund. Une destination annoncée depuis plusieurs mois et une signature attendue depuis l’officialisation de son départ de l’OGC Nice au terme de la 38e journée de Ligue 1, samedi.
Le technicien suisse a paraphé un contrat de deux ans avec le club allemand, soit jusqu’en juin 2020.
🤝 Lucien #Favre wird Cheftrainer beim BVB!
Der 60-jährige Schweizer erhält einen Vertrag bis 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣0️⃣!
🗯 "Borussia Dortmund zu trainieren, ist eine reizvolle Aufgabe, die ich sehr gerne übernehme!" pic.twitter.com/h7v0G1Lb6f
— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) May 22, 2018
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Aliou Cissé, coach of Senegal has released its list for the 2018 World Cup forgetting 32-year-old Demba Ba despite his 7 goals in 13 games since January with Goztepe in Turkey.
Faced with his non-selection, the former Chelsea striker remains positive.
« I’m not disappointed at all, » Chelsea’s former scorer told Record. I worked a lot to be where I am today. After 18 months of injury. In July 2016, people were wondering if Demba’s career was over? Today, we are sad because Demba is not on the list of 23 lions. You can not imagine the path I’ve traveled before arriving at this point? Only pride inspires me. «
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