The world football body have opened disciplinary proceedings against the African nation after their behaviour against England

Fifa has opened disciplinary proceedings against the Cameroon Football Association (Fecafoot) relating to players’ behaviour and misconduct during their Women’s World Cup clash with England.

Phil Neville’s ladies secured a 3-0 win to seal a quarterfinal date with Norway,  but the victory was overshadowed by the Central Africans’ on-field protests against a number of VAR calls.

In a series of controversies, the Indomitable Lionesses had threatened to quit the game, Augustine Ejangue spat on Toni Duggan and Alexandra Takounda dismissible tackle on Steph Houghton.

Regretting her inactions, Ejangue took to her official Instagram page to post her apology to Duggan, claiming she did not mean any harm against the Barcelona star on Wednesday.

However, soon after, Fifa confirmed that disciplinary proceedings have been opened, but could not comment further on the matter.

“Following the Round of 16 match between Cameroon and England on the 23th June at the Fifa Womens World Cup, we can confirmed that proceedings have now been opened by the Fifa Disciplinary Committee against the Cameroon Football Association for alleged breaches related to article 52 [team misconduct] and article 57 [offensive behaviour and fair play] of the Fifa disciplinary code,” Fifa confirmed in a statement.

“As proceedings are now ongoing, please understand that no further comment can be made at this stage. Further updates will be provided in due course.”

The development could see the African nation facing a fine for the actions of their players.


eugenia nyarkoFebruary 11, 2019


There was delight for sides at the top and bottom of the Yorkshire Premier League table as Dunnington solidified their lead and Chapel Allerton 2 finally recorded their first win of the season in round 13.

Dunnington took another step towards retaining their title by waltzing to a 5-0 (20-3) victory at Pontefract 2. Michael Andrews kicked things off by dismissing Billy Hawe, while Rob Downer kept up his excellent record this season by beating Adam Taylor.

Ed Shannon-Adams and Julian Tomlinson also won in four games to put the result way beyond doubt before the No 1s Sam Todd and world No 38 Chris Simpson, took centre stage, with the latter prevailing 3-0 in a hard-fought contest.

Second-placed Hallamshire are nine points behind with five matches left after securing a 4-1 win over Pontefract 1, wins coming for Nick Wall Jnr, Lucas Hughes, Oscar Beach and Harry Falconer, with Alex Hodgetts clinching the sole victory for Pontefract.

At the bottom, there was huge relief for Chapel Allerton 2 as they claimed their first win of the season at the 13th attempt – this despite only having four players at home to Hull & East Riding – Tom Kirby, Richard Hinds and team captain Dom Hamilton getting the strugglers over the line.

Halifax’s Queens Club are up to the dizzy heights of third after edging out second-bottom Abbeydale.

David Campion, Lewis Harding and James Earles earned Queens the win, with Nick Wall Snr and Lewis Walters keeping it tight.

Barnsley and Chapel Allerton 1 both totted up 10 points from their duel, but it was the South Yorkshire hosts who added the all-important five bonus points by winning 3-2.

Former world champion Laura Massaro beat former world No 3 Simon Parke 3-1, while Tom Bamford and Miles Jenkins ensured victory.

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