Cameroon Sacks Seedorf After AFCON Exit

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SWITZERLAND, JULY 17 – The Cameroon Football Federation has sacked the country’s national team coach, Clarence Seedorf barely a week after the Indomitable Lions exited the 2019 African Cup of Nations competition following a defeat by Nigeria’s Super Eagles. Former Dutch international, Clarence Seedorf who was sacked alongside his assistant Patrick Kluivert, took over the role in August 2018.

“After consulting the Fecafoot Executive Committee and the Ministry of Sports and Education, in the wake of the premature elimination of Cameroon senior male national team from the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, the Cameroon Football Federation, in conformity with the stipulations of the resolutive condition of their respective employment contracts, has decided to terminate the duties of coach Clarence Clyde Seedorf and his assistant Patrick Stephan Kluivert with immediate effect,” a statement signed by Fecafoot president Seidou Mbombo Njoya read.

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