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Indomitable Lions to face Taifa Stars



Cameroon will play Tanzania in a friendly match that will be staged in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday next week.

The match will attract a galaxy of stars including four-time Caf player of the Year Samuel Eto’o as well as Barcelona’s Alex Song who have been drafted in the 21-man squad.

Reliable sources intimated to supersport.com that the former African champions will converge in Amsterdam before they head to the East Africa country that has attracted high profile friendlies over the last few weeks.

“Cameroon will be in Dar es Salaam to face Tanzania on Wednesday. The host federation is currently working on the logistics and everything should be in place in days to come,” the source said.

The Indomitable Lions failed to feature to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations for the second time in a row after they were eliminated by Cape Verde who have reached the quarterfinals in South Africa.

Squad

Charles Itandje, Mayebi Joslain, Allan Nyom, Benedict Angbwa, Benoît Assou Ekotto, Henri Bedimo, Nicolas Nkoulou, Jean Armel Kana Biyick, Bouba Aminou, Joel Matip, Alexandre Song, Nguemo Landry, Pierre Wome Nlend, Hervé Tchami, Fabrice Olinga Essono, Achille Emana, Eloundou Charles, Jean Makoun II, Samuel Eto'o Fils, Vincent Aboubakar, Jean Paul Yontcha



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