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CAN U17: plusieurs joueurs recalés aux tests sur l’âge

BFMTV | Arc-en-Ciel Mintongo Mpal et certains de ses camarades ne disputeront pas la 13e édition de la CAN U17 en Tanzanie. Les joueurs ont échoué au test IRM d’éligibilité pour connaître leur âge réel.

Trois Camerounais et un Guinéen ne participeront pas à la prochaine CAN U17. C’est ce qu’a décidé la Confédération Africaine de football après avoir pratiqué des tests sur l’âge sur l’ensemble des participants avant le début de la compétition. Le test IRM d’éligibilité, effectué au poignet, permet de déceler d’éventuelles tricheries sur l’âge de la part des joueurs.

La CAN U17, se tient actuellement en Tanzanie et se dispute entre 8 équipes opposées en deux poules. L’édition précédente avait vu la victoire du Mali face au Ghana, deux équipes absentes en 2019.

Un test IRM depuis le scandale du Nigeria
Ce test, annoncé depuis mai 2018 et réglementaire dans le code disciplinaire de la CAF, interdit également les sélections de remplacer les joueurs pris en fraude. Cette mesure avait été voulue après le scandale lié au Nigeria, qui en 2017 était privé de la Coupe du monde U17 avec 26 joueurs trop âgés.

Le Cameroun perd donc trois joueurs avant même le début de la compétition. avec Arc-en-Ciel Mintongo Mpal, Aliou Soulemanou Hendji et Camal Ryan Moumbagna. Alpha Boubacar Keita est le joueur concerné pour le Guinée, Toutes les autres formations ont réussi ce test.

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6 comments

  1. Cameroon still Beat Guinea 2:0 in thee first match today in Tanzania!

  2. MRI age test is effective in about 99% of cases according to NIH & Scientific American. That said, it is a good test to weed out the inescapable cultural practice in many countries. In the age of digital communication, computerizing birth certificates and biometrics at birth and making sure these data are not compromised should not be that hard. Hospitals should issue a Birth Card and send birth records to local and central state databases. Just like toll gates without cameras, the gov’t seems to be unwilling to take on simple measures.
    In Cameroon, the culture of fraud and cheating is sky-high. Young adults peak as kids in football and fade away before their prime. Let’s see how coaches will collect money from men and misrepresent as boys. The failings of the Biya regime ever so evident.

  3. 3 players out of 22 were age frauders, that about 14% in one team, If you go nation wide the figure is much higher especially to gov,t officials who dont want to retire, so they are passing on the baton to youths. Fraud and embezzlement in Biya,s cameroon. The end is near for this gangster gov,t.

  4. Why can’t you just leave this country alone for once even just for a change. What do you finally achieve with CameroonBashing at any single opportunity? In the end it becomes boring if you don’t mind my saying so. Never in my life have I seen people so utterly disrespectful, so disdainful, so contemptuous of their proper country. In other parts of the world I am used to seeing people cherish the land of their birth no matter what. DISGUSTING!

    • Mr. JahLove,
      Martin Luther King was asked the same question why wouldn’t the negroes just stop. His response, “there will be neither rest nor tranquility until….”
      Now to your beloved country, you must understand that constantly criticizing your country for the ills is still an act of patriotism & turning a blind eye is betraying. It is primitive love. Where Cameroon succeeds praise is deserved and given but this country is failing and has failed for a long time. You can’t pretend to love it when peaceful protesters are still locked up, Kamto, lawyers et al. It takes courage but be brave. The article states a common problem in Cameroon usually overlooked. Stop this primitive love for a despot who rigs every election and demands for love. Blind love is loving blindly. Be a noble warrior.

    • Mr. JahLove,
      Martin Luther King was asked the same question why wouldn’t the negroes just stop. His response, “there will be neither rest nor tranquility until….”
      Now to your beloved country, you must understand that constantly criticizing your country for the ills is still an act of patriotism & turning a blind eye is betraying. It is primitive love. Where Cameroon succeeds praise is deserved and given but this country is failing and has failed for a long time. You can’t pretend to love it when peaceful protesters are still locked up, Kamto, lawyers et al. It takes courage but be brave. The article states a common problem in Cameroon usually overlooked. Stop this primitive love for a despot who rigs every election and demands for love. Blind love is loving blindly. Be a noble warrior.

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