The president of the Cameroon Football Federation Prince Seidou Mbombo Njoya have signed a release terminating the contracts of Dutch duo Clarence Clyde Seedorf and Patrick Kluivert following the Indomitable Lions disappointing display at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.

This decision comes after the countries minister of Sports and Physical Education announced 24 hours earlier on national Television (CRTV) that the results and style of football practiced by the Cameroon team under the two coaches was unsatisfactory and he had called for the federation to inform the coaches of Cameroon’s intention to discontinue the working relationship between the country and the coaches.

Seedorf took a very talented Cameroon team to THE 2019 AFCON in Egypt but failed to bring out the best in the Team and as defending Champions the team won just one of 4 games before been kicked out of the tournament in the 16th finals by eventual semi finalists Nigeria.

Seedorf’s era as Coach of Cameroon though less than 12 months old have been plagued by controversies ranging from players critizing him publicly to illogical selection fringe players, disagreement with his colleagues and arrogance towards his environment amongst others.

Cameroon will now go out in search of a replacement for the pair and other vacant places in the technical bench that may be created in the days ahead.

Seedorf leaves with a disappointing win rate of 33% in 12 games as Coach of Cameroon.

His departure has been endorsed by the boss of FECAFOOT who should be in Cairo this Thursday for the CAF General Assembly.



Frank Lampard believes Chelsea does not need to sign new players this summer for the team to challenge for the big titles next season.

The Blues are banned from signing players for the next two transfer windows but that will not affect Chelsea’s plan going into the new season according to Lampard.

The former England international who was appointed as the club’s new boss last week on a three-year deal pointed to the feat the team achieved last season as a sign why Chelsea will not suffer from the transfer ban.  The Blues won the Europa League and finished in the top three last season with the same current crop of players at Lampard’s disposal bar Hazard and Gonzalo Higuain.

With Pulisic arriving and some of the club’s young players signing long term deals at the club, Lampard believes the team is well equipped to compete on all levels next season.

He also hinted how he wants his team to play ahead of next season. The former Manchester City star said he wants a team that can work hard with and without the ball.

“I know the club very well, I know the players very well.  I have my own way on how I want to work with the players”. “I have to say in one week we have been training, I have been very happy with the quality of the players”.

“My job now is to work hard in pre-season with them”. ” I like my team to play with a lot of energy and speed with and without the ball”.

“So if we lose the ball, I want us to win it as quickly as we can”. “And when we have the ball, I want us to create chances to win games and to feel like we playing a football that we enjoy”.

The 40-year-old also revealed he hopes Callum Hudson Odoi and other Chelsea youngsters follow Mason Mount suit by signing a new contract.

He believes Odoi will be an important player for both Chelsea and England in the future. He also revealed he is willing to give young players a chance at the club, but they will have to show they can make the difference.



In a desperate move to sign Brazilian star, Neymar from PSG, Barcelona have decided to offer the Paris club Philippe Coutinho, Ousmane Dembele and £35million’ for the player.

Neymar, who has not hidden his desire to return to the Camp Nou after a controversial period with the French club last season.

Keen to bring him back to the Nou Camp, Barca have offered both Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele along with additional cash to tempt the French champions, as report AS.

The Spanish publication say Barca will also add £35million (€40m) into the deal, though any official talks between the two clubs have not yet begun.

PSG’s Qatari hierarchy had made clear they had no intentions of selling Neymar, who they acquired after triggering his £198million release clause in July 2017.

Neymar signed a five-year deal in Paris worth £596,000 a week, and still has three years left to run.

PSG owner Sheikh Nasser Al-Khelaifi wants to at least recover the £198m (€222m) paid for Neymar, and poor relations between the two clubs has left PSG sitting resolute on a £270m (€300m) asking price.


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Barcelona have completed the signing of Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann. The French international had a 120 million euro release which the Camp Nou side are believed to have triggered.

It had been expected to be a straightforward summer switch. Back in May, Griezmann announced he would be seeking a new challenge away from the Wanda Metropolitano.

The La Liga champions had courted his signature the summer prior. Everything appeared set in stone.

Until Neymar became available and Barcelona showed interest in re-signing a player they let go two years ago under controversial clouds.

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All is now settled as the Spanish giants shelve their Neymar plans to complete the Griezmann deal.

Griezmann puts an end to his five-year stay at Atletico – a team he joined from Real Sociedad – to pen another five-year contract with Barcelona.

The France international made 257 appearances for Atletico, winning the Europa League and UEFA Super Cup in 2018.



Paris St-Germain’s sporting director Leonardo Araujo has revealed that the Brazilian superstar would be allowed to leave should the club receive the right offer for him.

Neymar Jr failed to show up at the club’s pre-season training ground on Monday as planned, fuelling rumours he’s trying to engineer a move back to Spain.

The French League winners quickly issued a scathing statement blasting the former Santos star while promising to take “appropriate actions” against him.

PSG were thought to be unwilling to sell their star striker but in a sharp twist of event, the club’s sporting director has revealed that the Ligue 1 giants are open to offers from serious buyers of the player.

“Neymar can leave PSG, if there is an offer that suits everyone,” Leonardo told Le Parisien. “But to date, we do not know if anyone wants to buy him or at what price. All this is not done in a day, that’s for sure.

“It’s clear to everyone [that Neymar wants to leave], but in football, you say one thing today and tomorrow another. It’s amazing but it’s like that.

“We talked with his entourage too. Everyone knows everything. The position is clear for all participants. But one thing is concrete today: he still has three years of contract with us and since we have not received an offer, we cannot discuss anything.”

He added: “PSG wants to rely on players who want to stay and build something big. We do not need players who would do a favour for the club by staying here.”

Neymar Junior, still recuperating from an injury that ruled him out of Brazil’s victorious campaign at the Copa America, is reportedly unhappy in France and wants to return to Barcelona.

The 27 year-old joined PSG from Barcelona two years ago for 222 million euros and still has three years left on his contract.



Ivory Coast have booked a berth to the quarter-final of the Africa Cup of Nations after edging Mali 1-0 at the Suez Stadium on Monday.

Crystal Palace forward, Wilfried Zaha netted the vital goal in the 76th minutes to send their vociferous supporters into a frenzy.

The want-away Crystal Palace winger plundered home the match winner in favour of the Elephants after a long pass from the goalkeeper.

The two-time champions join Algeria, Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal and Benin in the final eight.

The victory means the Elephant of Cote d’Ivoire will meet the Desert Foxes of Algeria in the quarter-final slated for Thursday.



Mexico defeated the defending champions by the slimmest of margins to become Kings of the Concacaf Region for the eighth time.

Jonathan dos Santos was the hero early Monday morning grabbing the all important winner as El Tri shrugged of the challenge of the US Men’s National Team to claim the Gold Cup crown.

It was an intense, physical match from start to finish.

The pre-match build-up was focused on Chelsea’s new boy Christian Pulisic and he could have put the Americans ahead in the opening minutes but his goal-bound shot from a tight angle was well saved by Guillermo Ochoa in the Mexican goal.

Jozy Altidore also missed a glorious chance to score the opener before the break during a 30-minute spell when the Stars and Stripes were clearly the better side.

Clear chances dwindled for both sides after the break and it was an even, closely contested half before Jonathan dos Santos seized his moment. The midfielder started the move and then kept his cool to finish of a beautiful team goal that gave Mexico the lead.

The victory handed Mexico the bragging rights and the crown as the kings of the Gold Cup.



Riyad Mahrez scored the pick of the goals as Algeria cruised past Guinea 3-0 to reach the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals.

The teams were playing for the chance to meet Madagascar in last eight, and Algeria were almost immediately on the back foot after Rais Mbolhi invited trouble as he dithered over a clearance. Minutes later, Kante may have had a penalty after being caught by Benamri.

However, it was Algeria who grew into the match and ultimately took the lead when Youcef Belaili played a neat one-two with Baghdad Bounedjah before curling into the far post.

In the second half, Riyad Mahrez doubled his side’s lead with an excellent piece of control before a ruthless finish.

Guinea’s confidence, already low after their initial bright start, fell to bits and for a while Algeria looked set to instigate a rout on their opponents.

Adam Ounas duly added a third for the game, and the third of his tournament.

That allowed Algeria to play out an easy ending to the game, and they will consider themselves heavy favourites in the quarter-final, and perhaps the whole tournament.



Madagascar’s maiden African Cup of Nations campaign continues after they beat two-time winners DR Congo 4-2 on penalties, having shared four goals in 120 minutes.

Though strikes from Ibrahim Amada and Faneva Ima Andriatsima were each cancelled out by Cederic Bakambu and Chancel Mbemba, they held their nerve in the shootout to keep their dream alive as Yannick Bolasie cost his side in the end.

While Congo had more quality on paper, Madagascar had form on their side, and they started like a team unbeaten in the tournament so far. Amada’s excellent strike from distance gave them a deserved lead after nine minutes.

Their pressing was frustrating Congo, who couldn’t get going. But out of nothing 11 minutes later, after a pinpoint cross from Ngonda Muzinga, Bakambu snatched an equaliser and his third goal of the tournament.

Ngonda was again heavily involved as Congo missed a golden chance to take the lead; former Newcastle United  defender Mbemba couldn’t keep his effort down after he was found by the left-back’s cross at the back post.

The game followed a similar pattern in the second half and Madagascar thought they’d won it with 13 minutes remaining when Andriatsima headed home Romain Metanire’s cross, but third time lucky, Mbemba converted from a corner in the final minute to set up extra time.

He almost scored again early after the restart, but another header was saved by Melvin Adrien. The game ended in penalties, and Madagascar progressed to the quarter finals after Bolasie’s miss from the spot.

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