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Fecafoot unveil indomitable 'Masterplan'



The technical staff of Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions has outlined the team’s plan of action ahead of its forth coming games in June. The matches will count for the qualifiers of the 2013 Afcon and 2014 World Cup.

The heavy package for the four-time African champions will consist of three international matches and a friendly game between May 29 and June 16.

The road map for the Lions was unveiled during an evaluation and planning meeting convened by Sports and Physical Education Minister recently.

Lions coach, Denis Lavagne, who has gotten renewed support from the FA, unveiled the training programme for the team.

The team will camp in France from May 21 to 28 and will play a friendly encounter against Guinea Conakry, which will also be camping in France during the same period. The team will come back to the country on May 29 for their encounter against DR Congo on June 2. They will later take off for Tunis to prepare their next game against Libya.

SuperSport.com learnt the match against Libya will be played on a neutral ground.

The Lions will return to Yaounde on June 10 to take on Guinea Bissau on June 16.

Speaking on phone toSuperSport.com,Indomitable Lions team press officer,Linus Pascal Fouda,howevever admitted that even though all was put in place to ensure a smooth preparation,the friendl match against Guinea was yet to be confirmed by the Guinean FA due to administrative bottle neck.

The technical staff headed by Denis Lavagne who insisted on more concentration and serenity around the players during this crucial period, hopes to record two straight wins for both the Afcon and the World Cup qualifiers to douse the scepticism that surrounded his appointment



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