Captain Eto’o quits Cameroon
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, September 9 – Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o has told Cameroon team-mates he is quitting the national team ahead of World Cup qualifying play-offs. Eto’o, record four-time winner of the African Footballer of the Year award, broke the news after a 1-0 win over Libya at the weekend. A Cameroon football official told AFP in Yaounde that Eto’o, 32, announced his retirement to team-mates in the dressing-room after the match.
A draw in Cairo on September 16 will reveal who six-time World Cup qualifiers Cameroon face over two legs for a place at the 2014 finals in Brazil. Possible opponents include top-five ranked countries Ivory Coast, Ghana, Algeria and African champions Nigeria.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at CapitalFMSimilar Stories