Uncertainty Surrounds Debut of Cameroonian National Team Coach: Will Marc Brys’ Adventure End Before it Begins?

Will the Cameroonian adventure come to an end before his debut match? The appointment of Marc Brys as coach of the national team is not valid, the Cameroon Football Association (Fécafoot) has announced. “There is no verdict yet,” Brys himself responds.

The 61-year-old Marc Brys was proposed about two months ago by the Cameroonian Minister of Sports Narcisse Mouelle Kombi as successor to Rigobert Song. His contract expired in February and was not extended after a disappointing Africa Cup.

But Fécafoot and chairman Samuel Eto’o immediately announced that they did not agree with this. They appealed to the Chamber of Conciliation and Arbitration of the National Olympic Committee of Cameroon (CNOSC).

According to Eto’o, there was no legal and regulatory framework to appoint Brys and his technical staff. For the Cameroonian federation, the consequence of the CNOSC’s decisions is “the immediate suspension of the staff of the Indomitable Lions, headed by Marc Brys”.

“Fécafoot reserves the right to transfer its decisions to FIFA,” it continues. “The Fécafoot Emergency Committee will meet without delay to provide an appropriate response.”

Brys remains convinced that he will be on the sidelines for the World Cup qualifier against Cape Verde on June 3. “There has been no ruling yet,” he responds to our editors. “It is a unilateral initiative by Fécafoot. I was selected and appointed by the Minister of Sports.”

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2024-05-22 09:40:00
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