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Mane Misses Penalty As Cameroon Eliminate Senegal [+video]

Africa Cup of Nations – Quarterfinal

Result: Senegal 0 (4)-(5) 0 Cameroon

Date: 28 January 2017

Venue: Stade de Franceville

Cameroon advanced to the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations after defeating Senegal 5-4 on penalties on Saturday.

The Lions of Teranga dominated the possession in the opening 15 minutes, but struggled to carve out clear-cut chances.

Cameroon, meanwhile, were on the back foot for most of the first half and never really looked like threatening Fabrice Ondoa’s goal.

Unfortunately, Cameroon seemed happy to sit back and soak up the pressure without showing any attacking intent in the opening 45 minutes.

However, neither nation registered an effort on target as the score remained goalless at the halftime break.

The Indomitable Lions opted for a change at the start of the second half as Jacques Zoua replaced Karl Ekambi.

The first real opening of the game arrived after 54 minutes as Mane picked out Mame Biram Diouf, who headed straight at Ondoa.

Abdoulaye Diallo came to Senegal’s rescue in the 67th minute, as he produced a fine save to keep out Benjamin Moukandjo’s effort from 10-yards out.

Neither side could break the deadlock in the closing stages, despite Senegal late push in the final 15 minutes, forcing the clash into extra-time.

Senegal squandered a number of chances in extra-time and the game was to be decided by a penalty shoot-out, where Cameroon triumphed 5-4.

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109 comments

  1. Where are all the nay sayers of this Forum????? La Republic Won

    • In the end of each struggle, it is never about who has the most weapons. Who has the most money. Who has the most talent. Who has the most skills.

      As important as all of those might be, it always comes down to who has God on his side. This is why no smart human being will EVER bet against Cameroon!

      On a gagné,
      Allez dire,
      Allez vous pendre!

      • Hahaha.
        See what the cat dragged in. Welcome back ma’am.
        By the way I did bet that the “Biafrans” were going to humiliate your country right in your own backyard during the women’s nations cup. Sure enough, and at great pain to you, they did. So you see, a smart human being should; and “will” bet against Cameroon because it has become a failed state under the control of failures and frustrated lunatics like you, and be assured of their bet.

      • Addendum:

        What a great day for Cameroon. UFC fight night today and Francis Ngannou (a Cameroonian) defeats former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski by knock out in 1 minute and 32 seconds of the very first round.

        After the fight and while being interviewed, Francis was wearing a shirt with a Cameroonian flag on the side. His coach and translator, standing behind him holding in his hands a beautiful Cameroonian flag.

        It is my prediction, Francis, who is currently rated number 9 in his division (before the fight of tonight), will soon get a title shot, which means a Cameroonian is possibly to become the UFC heavy weight champion of the world.

        What a country!
        What a people!

        No check from God will ever bounce.
        Cameroon is a blank check, signed by the almighty.

        • Susanna do you know why I have dominated and frustrated you on this forum so much? It is because I think ahead of you. I know exactly what to expect from you.Lol.
          If you were in Cameroon, I bet the next course of action will be to cloak the said Francis Ngannou in CPDM regalia.

          For the sake of rationality, let us agree that Mr. Ngannou’s success is a reflection of the joie de vivre in your acclaimed “blank check.”
          How do you similarly, explain when thieves pretending to be soldiers, in the “blank check,” are seen breaking into the hostels of university students and after raping and brutalizing them in the most primitive manner, loot their belongings?
          I did not read a word from you for a while after the team from “Biafra” came right in your “blank check” and humiliated you.
          Where do I stop? Is it the entire cabinet of thieving ministers languishing in jail?

          For the past 34 years, we have been witnesses to the transformation of a wonderful country, a society of the very best of humanity, into a scam called Cameroon. A deliberate mayhem in contemporary civilization. The falsities and pretenses. The efforts at portraying a wonderful portrait of a rotten system. For sure, God has blessed Cameroon with the Ngannou Francis’. However, the country is forsaken with the likes of monsters like Paul Biya, hypocrites and thieves like you, liars and pretenders like the Baka midget @Pinguiss, etc.
          You are indeed correct. It is a blank check, a worthless piece of paper that can be used for the purpose of the latrine.

        • Diverting a topic is very unreasonable, how are we going to learn something from each other when we spend all our time arguing unnecessarily.Learning without playing makes Jack becomes a dull boy.We all know we are having some political crisis, but at least, let us have some fun.
          @USA,i’m happy you recognize God gave us that victory.The person I will like to appreciate here is the coach, he deed a marvelous job by working that game on the psychological sector before approaching the physical sector.At the end we merit the victory even on the physical sector.My Senegalese friend call me at the end of the game and told me we are sorcerers.Ondoa have started eating solid food,i pray God shoulders give him a good contract.

  2. Congrats lions. A pretty balanced game with a slight dominance for Senegal but the victory of the lions is okay.

  3. Cameroon the chosen country.
    The blessed land.
    Time to hang self if not happy with that result

    • It is a non event as far as I’m concerned. Is Senegal not another French speaking colony?
      Who in their right mind would have placed a bet on the Senegalese?

      • Mola,

        Don’t Start the Revolution Without Me! , hahahahaha.

        Our Lions were superb. We were the underdogs in front of Senegal, according to some Fifa big books tho.

        Man yi kontri na man yi kontri. The new identities some people are carving out in some utopian realms for themselves would only end up creating fragmented xters.

        The system is the system, CMR has got no damn relationship to the system. The sooner we separate country from system the better for us.

        Allez mi Lions…

        • My brother Zam Zam tell them. I am becoming suspicious of these separatists. They don’t even make up 1% of the anglophone population. Have you noticed that each time you mention Biya being the enemy and not the Francophones they react very strangely? It’s either they are working for Biya 2018 whose main theme is divide and conquer or they have a secret agenda. Let’s not forget that the lawyers who were arrested were not fighting for separation but for equal opportunities. There was a match in Brampton Ontario, Canada for the release of those lawyers and the majority were Francophone Cameroonians.
          Folks don’t listen to these so called separatists. They are working for Biya 2018. (Divide and conquer and steal for another 7 years)

        • There was a march

        • Yeah, bobjazz !

          I had some tears in my eyes this morning after a small workout session in the gym.

          You know what? I saw a young German guy wearing our Lions-maillot. At first glance I was sceptical if that jersey was real or my eyes were just experiencing some kinda virtual reality stuff.

          I went ahead and approached that guy (in fact I would have blamed myself had I let him go without knowing the genesis of that maillot he was proudly wearing and bragging around in front of other fellow Germans) and asked him if he was having a CMR girl. His answer was no! Have you been to CMR? Still no! CMR friends? Another BIG NO ! Haabaa ! I then then gave up my speculative attempts to force words out of his mouth. I now kindly asked him to explain to me the raison-d’être of him wearing that our maillot that is having three torn lines on on both sides at the rips level.

          O boy! This German guy swore that he is only a FAN of mi Lions. He became in-love with mi Lions when he was 12 during Italia 90. He went ahead. He has never let loose mi Lions from his brain since that time, despite the fact he also acknowledged that mi Lions have had their ups and downs, he has remained a fervent ADMIRER of mi Lions from La République.

          Man, I wanted to run away. Run away coz of shame. Here is a foreigner savouring his devotion to the cause of mi Lions in sips of sincere intellectual gusto in front of me!

          And when I come back home. Slap open my laptop what do I read from my own brothers? Just hatred, and hatred, and hatred, and nothing more but hatred for mi Lions.

          Ouffff, if a foreigner can love my country to the extent of wanting to own an identity ! How can I hate my own country? Hey, I’ll die a CMR.

          I love and I’ll die for my country. Call it La République or whatever. I’ll die for it.

          Those who have got two countries, at least you have that advantage of having a choice.

          Me ah get daso one kontrey…

        • @Zam-Zam
          Thanks for sharing that story.
          Very inspiring

        • @Mpappe,

          do you know that the same German guy saw me going back home on foot, I live very close to the gym, he called me and offered to drop me home?

          Just due the fact that he was now aware that I was a CMR he immediately saw in me a brother.

          At times I see some other CMR guys in that same gym who hardly even answer to my salute, but here is a White foreigner identifying himself with the Negro I am.

          Why must we keep on hating each other, decade after decade?

          My heart pains me, man…

        • @Zam-zam
          I feel you bro.
          We have a bunch of confused minds on this forum and in our Cameroonian communities in foreign lands.
          They are quick to trash their origins without understanding the implications of their acts.
          Very sad indeed.
          I understand some “have to do that for asylum” purposes, but please be proud of who you are and keep your head high.
          Nobody will respect you if you don’t respect yourself.
          That’s why I have been saying for a while now we need to overhaul the educational system in Cameroon and the most important course should be the “love of the country and your keens”.

      • Fully agree, it is a non event, people you keep focus on critical issues, what is dire for the country prosperity. I’m flabbergasted to hear and see people gesticulate, it is a fact that the nation of Cameroon has talented soccer players, and would have done better whether in soccer or other sport should a minimum social structure was in place

        • Bobjazz i have said it many times here, this so called separatistes are working for Biya to distract people from the real fight. Diviser pour mieux regler.

        • HouseKeeper! Reserved

          First of all, the Lions deserve a big ovation for the victory. It is not a problem when the odds are against you. Senegal has a better ranking but there is also history in these games and Cameroon had that wind behind it.
          With regards to the social issues and the struggle going on in the country, it is the BIYA regime and some elements in his administration who are at fault. Disaffected people have ways of expressing this frustration, some request for the ten state federation with a two state identity. Others request for the pre-referendum status and others demand complete separation. The root cause of all of these is the autocracy of Biya not those various groups.
          Anglophones have disproportionately been affected by this bad governance and the feeling of despair is justified. Biya should not be president under any circumstance and in his ever-lasting presidency, no Anglophone has been in the following positions;
          -Secretary General at the Presidency
          -Minister of Defense
          -Minister of Finance
          -Minister of Territorial Administration
          -Chiefs of police, Gendarmerie and the list goes on.
          Ministerial appointments are not the real issue here. It is not the allocation of mushroom ministries but it is also the fact that Anglophones appointed to these positions are treated as less equal by their francophone partners. Interestingly, these same fellows disagree with their mistreatment but publically sing halleluiah to the despot.
          In the face of this and other mounting issues any Anglophone would be reasonable in their opposition to tranny even if not all of their positions are tenable.
          In the past, the one centralized university of Yaoundé was a high school module-based trimester system in which people passed modules without validating all courses. That changed when the hard-fought University of Buea set the standard and there was bloodshed before its creation that shouldn’t have been. Now, UB is being adulterated by the system just like our schools and legal system.

          Cameroon exams had barely any recognition internationally because of the poor conduct of the grading by the MINNEDUC. This same opposition arose when francophone teachers set and graded Anglophone exams after the strike by Teachers Association of Cameroon, TAC. Bloodshed.. then GCE Board came into being. That was when La Republique also established the BAC Board.

          And in sports, think of the many Anglophone talents that never blossomed either because of selective admission into the Lion’s den, the lack of sporting infrastructures in Anglophone regions or the corrupt practices of FECAFOOT.
          Disaffection presents itself in many ways. The cause of it is the problem, not ist opposition. The truth is that Francophonie countries are lagging behind in the current world. The French-protectionist policy of autocratic preservation in Africa does not breed success. The issue of continued colonialization and governing from Paris has failed Africa and will continue to fail. Only so-called Francophonie Africa (excuse me!) has current presidencies with long term dictatorships, presidencies of handpicked French stooges like Ouattara, or father-to-son royal presidencies of Ali Bongo and Eyadema.
          There is reason why Nigeria, Ghana are ahead. Ghana’s GDP almost doubles Cameroon’s whereas a few decades ago Ghana fared badly and behind Cameroon when Ghana was a dictatorship.
          The truth is that a lot of Cameroonians are caught in this dragnet and trying to articulate any good on long term presidencies needs some mental cleansing.
          Good job, Lions!!!

  4. La Republic Du Cameroon with the Help of a few Abazonians win Again.Brovo to the bozs but above all Fabrice Onduoa has proved that he is Ready for the Job of National Team Number 01

    • with the help of a few ambazonians right? Hahahahahahaha!!

      • If we would have lost, trust me there will be no mention of the “help of the ambazonians”.

        They will be insulting, cursing Cameroon. Now that we have won, they will twist it anyway necessary to be part of it. They will now be celebrating the same country they insulted and cursed just a few hours before.

        They will tell you the national team has nothing to do with their behavior, as if the national team is not representing the same country.

        These are rats. Their citizenship varies by the time of the day, by the headline of the day. Rats you are, rats you will always be. It is your nature, your blood line. It is not your fault, you are who you are.

        Defeat is always an orphan while victory has many fathers.

        • THERE IS GOD OHHHHH United States

          Oh shut please..!! No one made u defender of Cameroon. If u love that country the way u claim, u will not be taking Refuge in foreign land very far from home. Go home if I love home that much. Hypocrites indeed !!

        • No one made me defender of Cameroon but someone made you hater of Cameroon? What an idiotic comment. Go back to your pigsty and continue rolling in mud and eating your own feces.

          The point is we won, there is no damn thing you can do about it. Go hang yourself.

          Did you watch the game? Did you see that Cameroonian spirit of never giving up, always trying time and time again? This is what separates us from your kind, the rats!

        • The popular Swedes love and cherish their country very much but 150.000 Swedes reside in the US.

        • Why bother explaining? His rational is if you reside outside, you cannot love your roots, your country. And these are the people claiming they could run their own country.

          As stupid as these people are, it is a mystery to me how they are able to put their shoes on the correct foot each morning.
          What a shame!

          This victory is killing them…

        • @UnitedStatesOfAfrica
          True LOVE does not go with provocation.So, don’t pretend by playing the role of an hypocrite.The way you speak does not proof like someone who practice sincere love among his brothers and sisters.Destroyers of Cameroon.

      • THERE IS GOD OHHHHH United States

        @RAS TUGE
        Hahahaha
        Is that the story you tell yourself in order to console yourself to keep living among Snowflakes ? Keep telling yourself that but know that you will be an Okada Driver if u dare go back to Cameroon. Keep comparing yourself with the swedes living in the United States as if the difference is not clear to you. But again u might have an old Aryan tattooed wife as Bah Acho will put it ..!!

        • There is God ohhh waiti happened fo you ehhh? Tu as longtemps poste des vrais info et tu as longtemps ete objectivement rationel mais depuis ton histoire d Ambazombia tu deviens Trump. La question que Je me pose est ce vraiment toi parce que Biya est tres fort pour creer le faux. Et vu leur combat contre internet peut etre c est Issa Chiruma qui utilise ton nom.

  5. Many of you predicted Cameroon will not even have the courage to come out of the locker room for the first game. Here we are, at the semifinals.

    Cameroon whom many “experts” predicted had no chance, at this point in time, at the very worse, will be one of the top 4 of this competition.

    Not too long ago, our gazelles destroyed everything put on their way. It literally took a bunch of Nigerian transsexuals to eventually stop us.

    I have told you people this time and time again. Never bet against Cameroon. Only a mad man will be against god’s greatest creation.

    We are the chose children of the almighty.
    We are blessed
    We will never surrender
    We will never apologize
    We will continue on our God giving destiny of leaders in Africa.

    Cameroon, the beautiful
    Cameroon, the shiny city on the hill
    Cameroon the promised land,

    Thank you lord, we are your proud children, thank you.

    Cameroon oye!
    Cameroon oye!
    Cameroon oye!

    • They can only have success against another French speaking colony. If they had met with an English speaking country we all know what the outcome would have been.

      • Wow! So this thing is about who speaks English and who speaks French in Cameroon and now Africa UH?
        PLEASE, EMANCIPATE YOURSELF FROM MENTAL SLAVERY. SUCH A DISGRACE. IT IS EMBARRASSING.

        • Spread your legs wide and curl your head down until it hits your rear end. If you do not know that Africans who speak French as a first language are of the mindset of the smell of your rear end, maintain that posture for a while and you will eventually get it.
          Stinking piglet.

        • @ Mayanka, You are a mean man. Have your kids read what you just wrote if you have any.

  6. Mboutmen them blabla, shame go kill wuna . Abazombia my blackasss! Na so wuna go always remain behind. Bravo les gars. Bosco, i love abazombia where wuna dey with Senegal 5?

    • Manuel Koutcha Mbanda United States

      FIRST OF ALL CONGRATULATIONS TO THE YOUNG LIONS! THEY ARE BRINGING US BACK TO THE SOUVENIRS OF MILLA, KUNDE, MAKANAKI, AGBO HANS, MISSE MISSE, IPOA, MAHOUVE, HAMGA, RIGO SONG, MBOMA PATRICK, TCHOUTANG BEN AND THE REST.

      SECOND I THINK IT IS TIME TO PUT THIS AMBAZONIAN TRASH INTO THE DUST BIN. IF GUYS ARE ANGRY LET THEM GO AND BLAME THOSE WHO SIGN FOR THE REUNIFICATION OR WHATEVER. THE FOUNDING FATHERS CHOOSE TO TO UNITE WITH EASTERN CAMEROON, SO DON’T EXPECT THAT YOU WILL CLAIM SECESSION TODAY AND THE STATE WILL JUST LOOK YOU GO AHEAD. EVEN IF YOU WERE MR. BIYA AND THE REST OF HIS PARTISANS I DOUBT IF YOU WILL ALLOW SUCH A PROJECT TO MOVE.

      DOES SAYING THIS MEANS I AM SUPPORTING MR. BIYA AND HIS GOVERNMENT. OBVIOUSLY NO!
      I DO AGREE THAT THERE IS A DEEP UNDENIABLE POLITICAL AND SOCIAL PROBLEM IN CAMEROON, AND SUCH PROBLEM SHOULD BE ADDRESSED ON A NATIONAL SCALE. NOW TO USE A NUMBER OF LEGITIMATE DEMANDS FROM LAWYERS AND TEACHERS AS A SUBTERFUGE TOWARD GAINING SECESSION IS THE MOST IRRESPONSIBLE ATTITUDE.

      I CANNOT EVEN COMMUNICATE WITH MY FAMILY BECAUSE A BUNCH OF PAYSANS ARE FUELING AN ARCHAIC REVOLUTION. AS MUCH AS I WILL LIKE TO BLAME BIYA, I WILL HAVE TO SAY HE AS A LEADER OF A NATION WHETHER A DICTATOR OR NOT IS USING ALL HE HAS IN HANDS TO COERCE VIOLENT PAYSANS TO CALM THE TONE.

      I AM NOT BEING DISRESPECTFUL TO ANYONE LOOKING FORWARD TO SECESSION. I JUST BELIEVE THIS ISSUE HAS CAUSED A LOT OF HARM AND SHOULD END.

      I TRUST IN GOD AND I KNOW HE IS CONTROL, THE REALITY MIGHT DISTRACT US FROM SEEING HIM ACTING, BUT HE IS ACTING INDEED.

      METTONS FIN AUX HOSTILITES ET REGAGNONS LE CHEMIN DE LA RATIONALITE. AU LIEU DE COMBATTRE CONTRE L’UNITE, IL SERAIT MIEUX DE REFLECHIR ET DE PENSER LES MOYENS DE L’ALTERNANCE.

      IN GOD WE TRUST!

  7. The national team has nothing to do with politics.i hail them my support though from English speaking area.
    Congratulations to the lions.

  8. Vive ma république. Great Lions Great team

  9. La Republic has broken many hearts here. Bravo to the lions. Hope they do a “Portugal.”

  10. Les testicules des biafrais sont en train de gonfler. La bièrre sera surement amère dans leur bouche. Heuresement, tousles tireurs étaient FRANCOPHONES. ALLEZ VOUS FAIRE PENDRE SI CA VOUS GENE.
    Biya a encore prouvé qu‘il peut gagner un cinquième trophé continental.

    • Retract your statement immediately. You have no right to call any Kamerunian Biafra.

      We might disagree on some points but at the of the day we are brothers and it shall ever be so.

    • look at u this idiot aren’t u ashamed of urself? Doty for rice. what has la republique ever done with the previous trophies they have won? or is it today they will do something? I pity u. Go warm your balls

    • Mbamois rien a voir avec Biya.

    • @Mbamois que tes testicules brule et gonfle aussi. You are not different from the separatists. It looks like you are also working for Biya 2018 under the same theme (Divide and conquer and steal for another 7 years). You have no right to call another Cameroonian Biafra just because they speak English. The guilty are always afraid and call others names.

  11. Biya should not steal this victory. Because it’s solely ours.

    God Bless Kamerun.

  12. Rio dos cameroes United States

    French cameroon might have won but you wont beat egypt or ghana, two more targets of obstruction, no where to hide or run. You know you guys will never beat egypt na …..lol….your elimination is coming. so enjoy the smooth sea, the elimination waves are on the way.

    • At least we made it this far. If we fail, we will lay it all out on the pitch. We will go down fighting to the very last man, top the very last second. This is who we are as Cameroonians.
      How are you coming on that “ambazonia” lunacy of yours? Losers!

    • Nothing like French Cameroon, man.

      Ghana…, Egypt???!!! I thought Senegal was declared the favourite to win the cup!!! By the way, Mi Lion is limping… without 7 key players in the squad, the team still put up a formidable show and they won convincingly. Anything can happen now, my friend…. But you are free to stray from the pack and suffer in the wilderness. Trust me man, the hyenas shall put an end to your suffering much sooner than later.

    • Rio dos na shame di worry you. No one expected those guys there so to me it’s already a win. Senegal has the strongest team in Africa but we don pussythem, we don pimarize them so who be the best. Bad bele people wuna go shame.

    • It is Ghana or Rd Congo ,Biafrais punk , why even visit à Cameroonian website/forum ? Don’t you guys have brains to create your Ambazonia platform ? Trust me you won’t see us there .

  13. Korup Forest Reserved

    First half Senegal was the best team but then Cameroon took over and deserved this victory. Where are all those racist now who did not want a white pig for coach? You still want to exchange him for the coach of Senegal because he is black. He made a completely new team with young boys. He deserves all respect. Next time before having a big mouth you better check on Wikipedia who is Hugo Broos. He played 24 games for the national team of Belgium, played 351 games for RSC Anderlecht (best team of Belgium), 161 games for Club Brugge (second best team in Belgium), 4 times Belgium Champion, played 3 Europa Cup II finals and won 2 of them,…..As coach he won 3 times the Belgian Championship. But hey, he comes from the same country as butcher Leopold II. So maybe you should sack him for this? By the way huge congrats to Ondua, the way he stopped that penalty was World Class. If you like it are not, Cameroon has not played good like this since years.

    • THERE IS GOD OHHHHH United States

      You sound like a Tribalist. Yes we get it he’s from Belgium but you write like the man just won the African Nations Cup..Lmao, but it was penalty shoot out. Let him win the cup before u start recommending WIKIPEDIA as a Research Source. Lol

      • Korup Forest Reserved

        Typical reaction of Cameroonians, when you lose you blame the coach but when you win the coach has nothing to do with it. Please remove your eye caps. Only a blind man does not see that things changed since Broos is coach. If he was a white you would build a statute for him. Cameroonians are the biggest racist I’ve ever seen in Africa. No other Africans hate whites more than Cameroonians do.

        • Statue!!!!!!! (Statute refers to law).

        • Korup Forest Reserved

          Whatever, you know what I mean. I’m not Anglophone.

        • @ Kurop Forest if Cameroonians were racists you won’t have married our sister and you won’t show so much interest in the well being of Cameroon. It looks like you might even be married to my sister. I have a sister I love so much who is married to a Belgian. If you are my in law, then you owe me 10 cows, 12 goats and 100 bags of rice. I just caught you.

        • @Korup Forest
          A certain amount of spice in any dish is OK but beyond that bare minimum it spoils the entire dish. Don’t you think your little “impostor” role has gone on for long enough? Have you not enjoyed enough of Cameroonian gullibility with your fake Belgian identity? Consider the downside of ultimate unmasking!

        • Korup Forest Reserved

          Sorry bobjazz but we live in Belgium and in Belgium we don’t buy a wife.

    • “…He played 24 games for the national team of Belgium…”

      Belgium has a national team? are you sure about this?
      White trash, smelly pig!

      • Korup Forest Reserved

        Yep and till some months ago we were even number one in the World, something you can only dream of. We beat you even with our reserves. Never heard of Hazard, Lukaku, De Bruyne, Courtois,……and many more?

      • @UnitedstatesofAfrica.. Bro Please don’t even engage in such dispute with that guy, they are always trying to propagate that message of hatred and division even in platforms that are for sports commentary. Rather, lets enjoy this victory, and allow the naysayers to eat their own vomits. Long Live The Republic Of Cameroon

    • Sorry korup but that guy is not a coach. Nothing to do with racisim. I just prefer cameroon to have a cameroonian coach bcoz i believe we have better than him. But for now we are happy with our guys . Ce coach c est un mercenaire il partira un jour mais nos jeunes resteront je suis content pour eux pas pour le coach. BRAVO

      • Korup Forest Reserved

        Keep on dreaming! You only have coaches who also work for Brasseries.

        • @Kurop,
          We may wish for African teams to be coached by Africans because it fosters our development. Not withstanding the accomplishments of this coach and his team is purely his we can’t take it away from him. So congratulations to Coach and team.
          In a Sad way you may be right that if a whiteman returns to govern Cameroon he may do better than what we have done for 56yrs. Any doubt at least in Southern Cameroon we had proportionate to the populace at the time more productive and accountable companies with the whiteman incharge Cameroon than both black men combined. Yes you can take it to the bank. The racism you talk about in Cameroon is just hallow panafricanism nothing genuine about it.
          We welcome any whiteman who is better at improving the lives of everyday Africans, than Africans who carnage us.
          Genocide at Soa!!!

        • THERE IS GOD OHHHHH United States

          @ Korup
          Where did u infer Racism in my comment ? because I said let him win the cup first ? Or that it was a shoot out ? Anyone that doesn’t agree with u automatically becomes a Racist to u. For the Records, just because you have a Black wife doesn’t mean u can’t be a Racist. A lot of Slave owners also had black women that they couldn’t resist but have Molato babies with but that didn’t make them any less Racist ..!!

        • Korup qu est ce que tu entends par “dream” des coaches africains ont fait des resultats. Le Cameroun n a pas eu les JO avec un mercenaire. Et une fois de plus ca n a rien de raciste je crois juste que si le cameroun a 10 millions d hommes y a aumoins 7 millions qui sont des bon footballeurs ,c est un pays ou le foot est naturel alors je ne vois pas pourquoi payer un expatrie a plus de 40 millions pour un travail qu un camerounais peut faire a 1 million. Et je ne vois pas pourquoi en 2017 la plus part des equipes a un coach occidental a la CAN. Ca devrait etre une vitrine du football africain dans son integralite avec la promo de ses coachs. Je ne vois vraiment pas ce que Alain Gires, Claude le Roi et ceux qui ont ete elimines ont produits . Et ces meme tetes depuis les annees s echangent nos equipes. Les africains doivent faire confiance en leurs competences pour etre competitifs, cet esprit du blanc (vaut rien) magicien m agace .

        • @Uhumm pays
          Is football any blessing? so, if you are to pray for God to bless you, you will ask him to bless you in football?. The is nothing a black man can do well without a white man knowledge.Frankly speaking, that match was won by that coach.If it was someone else, he wouldn’t had leaved Nkoulou,Aboubacar and even Clinton on the bench.But the way the coach read that game was formidable.If Nkoulou would had been in that game, Senegal would had won us.Even thus he is talented and endowed with lot of experience, but the simple fact that he is sluggish didn’t merit him a place in that game.A player like Aboubacar is a wait to goal player who also doesn’t merit to start any match.Psychologically and physically Hugo Broos is our best coach.More credit should be given to the builder of the house than to the house.He is still building the team.

        • Rudolf premierement je ne prie pas ce dieu donc tu fais allusion. Aujourd hui beaucoup de jeunes s identifient a certains sportifs donc le foot peut etre un vecteur de motivation pas juste au niveau du ballon. Mais un jeune qui veut une carriere d entraineur a besoin de s identifier a quelqu un qui lui ressemble. Trop complique pour ton cerveau. Et deja discuter avec quelqu un qui croit que ” nothing a black man can do without white man’s knowledge ” seriously it’s with this mentality you are going to lead people in Ambazombia? So why are you complaining about Biya since two of you believe in the “magic white man” him France you Britain . You will never hear this kind of shit from a real cameroonian mostly francophones never. Wake up man.

        • Korup Forest Reserved

          White trash, smelly pig! Is this not racism? Ok, than I can call you stupid black monkey. Or is racisme only a one way thing. I think it is. Blacks can insult as much as they want and it will NEVER been seen as racism. A white who simply calls someone black is already seen as a racist. And by the way “There is NO god!”

      • @Uhumm pays
        I like people who do not derail a debate.Are you proud of been a francophone? then first all program your device in French.Your device is in English which makes you already inferior.You are just forcing your self to be civilize my friend,i do not need to see you physically in order to dictate.

  14. He that laughs laughs last laughs best. Bravo Mi Lion and thanks to the sweet spirits of Mama.

    The harder the battle seems the sweeter the victory- Jimmy Cliff.

    Now, the Barrister that misled Agbor Balla has fled to the US, as we are told by ancient man. Bobga Harmony (from the Northwest) has once more exposed the deceitfulness of the Northwest people! Just like they did to Chief Justice Alobwede Ebong who has become a wretch today, Agbor Balla has been sacrificed and he will suffer alone, whilst the mighty-mouthed warriors from Northwest escape to join Carlson Anyangwe and others. We know that little game…

    • please don’t say what you don’t know. Is Agbor Balla the only one arrested? Go and check how many northwesteners are there in jail. Misinformed la republique gangster

      • Harmony Bobga was talking tough and when the heat came he ran away like a little termite! How did he manage to escape from the people and children whose lives he has put in total jeopardy… Escaping to seek asylum in the US whilst the poor children in Bamenda are left in misery and destitution. We know you folks and we shall wage a war against you.

        • Incidentally you may want to consider what follows below as you update those who underwrite your perfidy.

          Now that both legal men have sought sanctuary in the US from the same repressive regime, what could be better than flying over to show your worth and commitment by providing legal wizardry and representation to the tribesman you perceive has been wronged by Harmony Bobga?

          Barrister Bobga Harmony, middle, brandishing Southern Cameroon Flyer

          Wilson MUSA

          The President of North West Lawyers Association, NOWELA, Barrister Bobga Harmony, who recently escaped from being arrested in Cameroon has explained how he narrowly ran away to the US through Nigeria. He reveals that the Cameroon Government has been killing Youths arrested in Bamenda and burying in a big grave in Soa, outskirts of the Nation’s capital.

          In an emotional story he revealed, “When I got that security was looking for me I moved away from my house and stayed somewhere else after that I started trekking until I reached the over the Manyu River where I took a canoe to Nigeria, went to Enugu, Lagos then put some money together and later found myself here. The situation back in Cameroon is very bad, I mean well planned and carefully executed. They will arrest people in Bamenda which has courts but they will be taken to Yaoundé without being accounted for, I confronted the Governor and Attorney General and they told me they had no idea. A magistrate told me that they had reports that as soldiers moved in the night and see a civilian they will say ‘donne Lui une balle’ , give him a bullet and he will be shot on the thigh. They will carry huge sums of money to bribe people. Some came to me and said I should name my price that they know I am the leader and I should just say schools should reopen and lawyers should go back to courts.”

          The runaway Lawyer cum activist has vowed to knock on every single door to tell the story of the people of former West Cameroon whom he says are marginalized by Octogenarian leader who has been ruling for over three decades now.

          He has also said he will be filing suits against the British government for being a silent accomplice.

    • Clearly he who wears the shoes knows better where and how it pinches(Do not weep more than the bereaved, if you wish). There is no doubt that Justice Frederick Alobwede Ebong knew he had tribesmen when he reached out for the larger community. If your tribal sympathies are so powerful it ought to go beyond seeking cheap publicity to reaching out and rescuing the one whose plight touches you so much.

      Arrests have been made and more will be made of Anglophones of the NWP but they are not laying it at the doorsteps of anybody outside of their NW tribes, let alone tribes in the SW. So maturity requires of you to cut the crap out and let people enjoy their football victory before turning to other matters.

      • This is OUR victory and we don’t need you to tell us how to enjoy it. You, the coach of the Termites of Ambazombi must keep on weeping for you have no pension and no country to return to. All you can do is run your rasclaaat mouth from miles away hoping that poor children would sacrifice their lives for you to return home in shame! You are a disgrace, ancient man.

        • @Ras Tuge

          Only an idiot would rationalize cavorting with strange bedfellows while denouncing another person of doing likewise. Justice Frederick Alobwede Ebong’s throwing his lot with northwesterners cannot be any more objectionable than your current flirtations with those who tag you a Biafran, can it? As for your endless catalogue of portraying me as “ancient”, each only enhances and validates your idiocy of passing for a connoisseur of an entity totally unknown to you.

  15. Manuel Koutcha Mbanda United States

    FIRST CONGRATULATIONS TO THE YOUNG LIONS! THEY ARE BRINGING US BACK TO THE SOUVENIRS OF MILLA, KUNDE, MAKANAKI, AGBO HANS, MISSE MISSE, IPOA, MAHOUVE, HAMGA, RIGO SONG, MBOMA PATRICK, TCHOUTANG BEN AND THE REST.

    SECOND I THINK IT IS TIME TO PUT THIS AMBAZONIAN TRASH INTO THE DUST BIN. IF GUYS ARE ANGRY LET THEM GO AND BLAME THOSE WHO SIGN FOR THE REUNIFICATION OR WHATEVER. THE FOUNDING FATHERS CHOOSE TO TO UNITE WITH EASTERN CAMEROON, SO DON’T EXPECT THAT YOU WILL CLAIM SECESSION TODAY AND THE STATE WILL JUST LOOK YOU GO AHEAD. EVEN IF YOU WERE MR. BIYA AND THE REST OF HIS PARTISANS I DOUBT IF YOU WILL ALLOW SUCH A PROJECT TO MOVE.

    DOES SAYING THIS MEANS I AM SUPPORTING MR. BIYA AND HIS GOVERNMENT. OBVIOUSLY NO!
    I DO AGREE THAT THERE IS A DEEP UNDENIABLE POLITICAL AND SOCIAL PROBLEM IN CAMEROON, AND SUCH PROBLEM SHOULD BE ADDRESSED ON A NATIONAL SCALE. NOW TO USE A NUMBER OF LEGITIMATE DEMANDS FROM LAWYERS AND TEACHERS AS A SUBTERFUGE TOWARD GAINING SECESSION IS THE MOST IRRESPONSIBLE ATTITUDE.

    I CANNOT EVEN COMMUNICATE WITH MY FAMILY BECAUSE A BUNCH OF PAYSANS ARE FUELING AN ARCHAIC REVOLUTION. AS MUCH AS I WILL LIKE TO BLAME BIYA, I WILL HAVE TO SAY HE AS A LEADER OF A NATION WHETHER A DICTATOR OR NOT IS USING ALL HE HAS IN HANDS TO COERCE VIOLENT PAYSANS TO CALM THE TONE.

    I AM NOT BEING DISRESPECTFUL TO ANYONE LOOKING FORWARD TO SECESSION. I JUST BELIEVE THIS ISSUE HAS CAUSED A LOT OF HARM AND SHOULD END.

    I TRUST IN GOD AND I KNOW HE IS CONTROL, THE REALITY MIGHT DISTRACT US FROM SEEING HIM ACTING, BUT HE IS ACTING INDEED.

    METTONS FIN AUX HOSTILITES ET REGAGNONS LE CHEMIN DE LA RATIONALITE. AU LIEU DE COMBATTRE CONTRE L’UNITE, IL SERAIT MIEUX DE REFLECHIR ET DE PENSER LES MOYENS DE L’ALTERNANCE.

    IN GOD WE TRUST!

  16. I m so happy and delighted tonight.

    Ooooooo my dear Kamerun if ever the government could fight for your best interest like the Indomptable Lions do, We would be very far by now.

  17. After the semi finals hope those mouthy last Republic comes here and write again. Ur government is doing mass kUllingswick and you are happy for a small football match. Soon all will face justice. Ask Gaddafis, Charles Taylor , sadam hususin etc

  18. La republique see you in 2019 against the catapults of Ambazonia

    • Oh, you guys already pick the name of your team? The catapults? LMFAO!

    • Catapults of Ambazombi… yet another ingenious creation from Bamenda… Ehmm, did you consult with the Southwest this time? Sorry woman, the Southwest shall stick with the motherland.

      • LMAO,
        The “catapults”. Definitely not the African way.
        You will be without the SW in your new “hamlet”.
        Good luck with that.

  19. Mane let me down. My prayer now is for Egypt to win and meet LR. We all know what Egypt always does to LR. Ondoua has become the savior of this team. It is not because the team is that good but it is because they have one of the best keepers. The fact is that LR will not take this cup. Anyone that wants to bet with me should open up for the challenge.

  20. Why is it that any Cameroonian coach must have one useless player that they always put on the field despite their poor performance. One of the coaches was doing that with useless Idrissou, last coach was with Mbia Etoundi, now this coach is with Ndip Tambe. I don’t see anywhere or anyhow that this guy can be chosen ahead of Aboubaka and Zoua. He played the last match in the poor form and still played this other match. Or is he serious only during training sessions?

    • Ninies like should always keep their putrid mouths shut , were we watching the same games ? You alone know what you hold against Mbia Etoundi . As For Ndip Tambe he is a workhorse someone able to attack and defend at the same time ,something abu and zoua can’t do, the coach made the right choice for that game ,furthermore it is not like abu And zoua have proven anything so far

      • Country man i asked myself the same question about this Tambe man , I didn’t see anything impressive from him but the worst player ever is Zoua. Contrairement a toi je crois que Mbia actuellement est le meilleur milieu camerounais . Bon pour le moment les jeunes se defendent bien on s en contente.

    • Sorry maybe I wrote the wrong name. I actually meant the junior brother of Stephen Mbia who played in the last AFCOM. I did not mean Stephen Mbia himself