Cameroon Vs Serbia Tickets: Cameroon add a player to toughen the team

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Cameroon Vs Serbia Tickets: Cameroon add a player to toughen the team

Cameroon Football World Cup team named three ex-French junior internationals on Friday in a squad of 34 for next month\'s Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Kenya and Burundi as they look for players to toughen their team ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, previously with Olympique de Marseille and Tottenham Hotspur football club and now playing at Besiktas club.

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Olivier Kemen, who was at Olympique Lyonnais but now also plays his club football in Turkey, has been convinced to change their international loyalty after a visit from Samuel Eto\'o, the leader of the Cameroon Football Federation. There is also a first call-up for Olivier Ntcham of Swansea City, another ex-French junior World Cup player who had already made the change of footballing nationality to Cameroon, where his parents hail from.

Samuel Eto\'o was also able to encourage 20-year-old Racing Lens central defender Christopher Wooh, another born in France, to pledge to the Cameroon Football World Cup team. Cameroon, which now has ex-captain Rigobert Song as football coach, hosts the Kenya football team in Douala on June 4 and meets Burundi in Dar-es-Salaam on June 8. But the opening Group C challenger might not take place except a FIFA ban on Kenya is raised.

That would leave Cameroon with only one game in the June international window they\'re a second to last chance to formulate before the Qatar Football World Cup in November. This will be the first World Cup ever to be held in the Arabian world, and it will be the second contest held completely in Asia after the 2002 competition was held in South Korea and Japan. The final is due to be held on 18 December 2022, which is also Qatar National Day. 

Cameroon squad for Qatar FIFA World Cup:

Goalkeepers for the team are Devis Epassy from OFI Crete club, Simon Omossola from Vita Club, and Andre Onana from Ajax Amsterdam football club. Defenders for the Qatar World Cup team are Jean Charles Castelletto from Nantes club, Enzo Ebosse from Angers club, Collins Fai from Standard Liege club, and Oumar Gonzalez from AC Ajaccio, Olivier Mbaizo from Philadelphia Union club, Michael Ngadeu Ngadjui from Gent football club.

Midfielders for Cameroon World Cup squad Jeando Fuchs from Peterborough United club, Martin Hongla from Verona club, Olivier Kemen from Kayerispor club, Pierre Kunde Malong from Olympiakos club, Olivier Ntcham from Swansea City club, Jean Onana from Girondins Bordeaux club, Gael Ondoa from Hannover 96 club, Samuel Oum Gouet from KV Mechelen club, Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa from Napoli club.

Africa is dignified to behold the world cup trophy as it journeys the globe

Football greats Ricardo Kaka and Iker Casillas have begun exploring the world with the original FIFA World Cup trophy. The worldwide journey kicked off in Dubai on Thursday, May 12 and will have the two football icons visit all the outstanding 31 nations that have qualified for the Qatar Football World Cup to be played in Qatar in November this year.

The FIFA World Cup Trophy is one of the extreme symbolisation in sport, bringing it on a trip gives us an exceptional opportunity to shine a focus on the fanciful societies around the world who love the beautiful game, Romy Gai, FIFA’s Main Business officer said. Kaka won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002, while Casillas was a portion of the all-star Spain side that dominated the world in 2010.

The previous Brazilian midfielder said it was a dream come true to journey the world with the Football World Cup trophy. Kaka said it is an implausible tribute to be part of the first stop of the World Cup Trophy tour by Coca-Cola. My first competition as a player was when I was just 20 years old, and it is still moist in my mind, for me it was a beautiful dream come true. 

Further Iker Casillas, it was the best part of my profession when I lifted this very cup as captain of Spain\'s national football team in 2010. And it is thrilling that someone will have that feeling in Qatar later this year. It fills me with great arrogance to join all of you today, as we kick off the ride of the Qatar FIFA World Cup Trophy, bringing it to the football admirers across the world. Meanwhile, Cameroon, Morocco, Tunisia, Ghana and Senegal will be in the race to win the Qatar tournament.

Ex Cameroon World Cup team player Mboma converts to Islam

Previous Cameroon striker Patrick Mboma has transformed to Islam and altered his name to Abdul Jalil Mboma. The two-time Africa Cup of Nations conqueror announced his faith before a troop of worshipers in a mosque in his inborn Douala on Friday, May 13. The 51-year-old did not disclose his inspiration for the change from Christianity to Islam, but gossips say the alteration is linked to his recent union with his darling, Fatoumata Binta, a Guinean Muslim.

Lovingly called Patrick “Magic” Mboma, the 2000 African Player of the Year did not make any public explanations about his alteration after his announcement on Friday, but posted a photo of him and his wife dressed in Islamic insignia on his Instagram page on Saturday. Mboma is a family name in football on the mainland. He led the Cameroon world Cup team to back-to-back Africa Cup of Nations championships in 2000 co-hosted by Ghana and Nigeria, and in 2002 in Mali.

He also assisted Cameroon to win their first-ever Olympic gold medal at the Sydney Games in 2000. Mboma also played at the 1998 and 2002 FIFA World Cups, scoring an unforgettable overhead kick against France in 1998 which produced him the nickname name “Magic” Mboma. During his profession, Mboma played for Chateauroux, Paris Saint-Germain, Metz, Gamba Osaka, Cagliari, Parma, Sunderland, Al-Ittihad, Tokyo Verdy and Vissel Kobe before withdrawing in 2005.

Mboma, who is a football adviser for French television, Canal+, is the newest football star to convert to Islam. In March, Ghanaian and Arsenal Football World Cup midfielder, Thomas Partey transformed to Islam announcing his confirmation at a mosque in London. Before Partey, former Dutch international Clarence Seedorf also comprised Islam.

The previous Cameroon coach converted to Islam during a ritual in Qatar in March where he has been living for some years. He wrote on his Instagram page that he was very happy and delighted to join all Muslim Brothers and Sisters around the globe, and articulated his gratitude to his wife, Sophia Makramati for coaching him in-depth on the meaning of Islam.

Serbia football team contributes bonus for the cure of sick children

The Serbia national football team has definite to donate 1 million euros (PHP56.5 million) in addition to succeeding in the Qatar Football World Cup 2022 for the dealing of sickening children. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Friday passed in the plane that the players and training staff had lodged to fly to Lisbon for a game against Portugal. Vucic then assured a million-euro addition for a successful outcome.

The national team received a direct ticket to the Qatar FIFA World Cup after thrashing Portugal 2-1 on Sunday. On Monday, the assured funds were transported to the account of the Football Union of Serbia. But the players decided to donate the money for the medication of sick children in the country. Serbian media reported the determination with great joy saying, Serbian football players pampered the nation again. 

The football team surprised Portugal in Lisbon and fumbled the whole nation, and Well-Done Guys! Serbian football players honour the nation. The Serbian national football team qualified for the Qatar Football World Cup with a conclusive goal scored by Aleksandar Mitrovic in the 90th minute.

Wound forces Vlahovic to pull out from Serbia\'s World cup team

Dusan Vlahovic has drawn out from the Serbian national team due to a groin injury. The 22-year-old Serbian forward was called up by coach Dragan Stojkovic for the upcoming friendly games against Hungary and Denmark, but now he’ll be commanded back to Turin to improve before Qatar World 2022. He has already made 14 caps for his nation, scoring seven goals.

As highlighted by reporter Nicola Balice, Vlahovic has extracted from the Serbia camp after talks between the Juventus doctors and the doctors of the Serbian Football World Cup team. The 22-year-old forward also spoke with coach Stojkovic and they unquestionable it was improved for him to use this international break to recover from a groin issue.

World Cup team player Vlahovic will return to Turin soon, where he will transmit out recovery work with the Bianconeri medical staff and coaches. The 22-year-old forward has made 35 entrances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 2942 minutes. In that time, he has scored 25 goals and on the condition that he six contributions.

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