Eto’o elected head of the Cameroon Football Federation

Eto’o elected head of the Cameroon Football Federation

Former Cameroon international player Samuel Eto’o has been elected president of the Cameroon football Federation, the frame announced on Saturday.

the former Barcelona and Inter Milan player gained forty three votes to beat acting president Seidou Mbombo Njoya, who accumulated 31.

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The vote became held after the court of Arbitration for sport in January annulled Njoya’s victory in a 2018 election.

while submitting his candidacy on November 17, Eto’o, a four-time African footballer of the year, said: “I will be the next president of the federation despite all the cheating.”

Eto’o stated Njoya, who he supported in 2018, had “failed miserably”.

Cameroon will host the African Cup of nations in January, a event behind schedule a 12 months through the Covid-19 pandemic.

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