AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS 2013 Qualifiers

While the Zambians are still celebrating their  well deserved VICTOIRE, , the Africa cup of nations 2013 qualifying games have began. Cameroon played Guinea-Bissau and barely managed to score 3 mins to game over......na wah oh...are these boys kidding me?!! At this rate we will never make an appearance in the 2014 world cup. Are they trying to tell us they are incapable of anything without Eto? This is their opportunity to shine and they are throwing it away in the gutter.

Here is a clip of the game-winning goal by striker Eric Choupo-Moting. Christ! the video footage looks like something from 1985. Courtesy of CRTV +  AFNEX
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In other news, my all time able and capable former all time favourite defender and former captain of the Indomitable Lions Rigobert Bahanag SONG!!!..has decided to take up the responsibility as team manager. I was disappointed to learn that Roger Miller did not approve of his appointment. Pourquoi? As the first other of business, he had the whole team sign a moral contract to put the success of the team as a priority ahead of any other personal career ambitions....Good Job Song. Thanks for taking this position and I hope the players give you the respect that you deserve. We have talented and qualified candidates in Africa who can take up these leadership positions instead of the foreigners we always try to bring in to fix our problems.

 Am sick and tired of seeing African teams hire European men as their team managers and coaches, paying them ridiculous amounts of money.
Lavgne, french, current Cameroon soccer coach. Photo credit to le journal


Enough! with the mental slavery. Its been over 50 Years.Get over it. We all bleed blood and shit the same way in the toilet.
Below is the list of our players. All except for the goalkeeper play professionally abroad. This is scary as most players with international contracts usually place their European careers paramount to their national obligations. And we all wonder WHY Zambia won with their local players who played with bravery, courage and passion.
Missing in action for various reasons I don’t want to even waste my time and energy typing about are Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Jean II Makoun, Benoit Angbwa, Samuel Eto’o  and Enoh Eyong .

Goal Keeper: Loïc Feudjo from Cotton Sport Garoua is our only JJC . Goodluck!!!!!
1. Nkoulou Nicolas (Olympique de Marseille - France)
    2. Aboubakar Vincent (AS Valenciennes - France)
    3. Bedimo Henri (Montpellier - France)
    4. Bienvenu Henri Ntsama (Fenerbache - France)
    5. Bong Gaetan (Valenciennes - France)
    6. Chedjou Aurelien (Lille - France)
    7. Choupo Moting Eric (Mayence - Allemagne)
    8. Feudjou Aurelien (Cotonsport - Cameroun)
    9. Kameni Carlos Idriss (Malaga - Espagne
    10. Kana Biyik Jean Armel (Rennes - France)
    11. Kweuke Leonard (Sparta – Rép. Tchèque)
    12. Mandjeck  Georges (Auxerre - France)
    13. Matip Joel (Schalke 04 - Allemagne )
    14. Moukandjo Benjamin (AS Nancy - France)
    15. Ndy Assembe Guy (AS Nancy - France)
    16. Nguemo Landry (Bordeaux - France)
    17. Nounkeu Dany (Gaziantespor - Turquie)
    18. Nyom Allan (Grenade - Espagne )
    19. Salli Edgar (Monaco - France)
    20. Song Alexandre (Arsenal - Angleterre)
    21. Zoua Jacques (Bale - Suisse)
    22. Mbia Stéphane (Marseille - France)