The Cameroonian national football team is enjoying going through a positive run in their group stages of the African Cup of Nations as the squad is currently located at the top of Group D and even with the announcement of the retirement of Samuel Eto’o, the team has managed to deal appropriately with the departure of one of their most popular and worldwide known players of modern times.
Chile was eliminated from the 2014 FIFA World Cup in a penalty shoot-out in an intense match against Brazil. The winners of this match would make it past the last 16 teams of the World Cup and enter the next stages of the tournament and even though Chile came out as the losing side, the national team which is being guided by Jorge Sampaoli still managed to impress during their entire campaign.
The manager of Cameroon national football team, Volker Finke, has made it clear that the skipper and star player of his team, Samuel Eto’o, will not be included in the starting line up in tomorrow’s game against Brazil because of his knee injury.
According to Finke, Eto’o took part in the training session earlier today, but, he is not fit enough to play for full 90 minutes and thus, Cameroon would start without him against the hosts.