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Song to miss Tanzania friendly



Barcelona midfielder Alex Song will not feature in Cameroon friendly match against Tanzania on Wednesday.

Reports in Spain say that the former Arsenal player has a knee discomfort and will sit out the match as a precautionary measure.

Song was expected to jet into Dar es Salaam on Tuesday morning to link up with the rest of his teammates according to Tanzania Football Federation (TFF).

Supersport.com understands that Coach Jean-Paul Akono who was in South Africa watching the African Cup of Nations with his assistant arrived in the Tanzania capital early Monday morning for the friendly.

Cameroon missed a ticket to the African Cup of Nations following their shocking elimination by Cape Verde who reached quarter-finals in the competition.

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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