Cameroon FA fails to understand Fifa ban
The Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) says it does not understand why the country has been banned from all football activity by Fifa. On Thursday, Fifa suspended Cameroon "on account of government interference" in the Fecafoot elections in June but Fecafoot vice-president Essomba Eyenga believes there was no government interference but intervention and insisted they will appeal the ban in the Court of Arbitration for Sports. "It is a big surprise, I don't see any government intervention in what happened," he told BBC Sport.
What followed once the result was cancelled, when Fecafoot vice-president and former transport minister John Begheni Ndeh forcibly installed himself as president on 28 June. That also led to the resignation of Fecafoot's first vice-president Seidou Mbombo Njoya , who had expected to step in as interim boss.
In a statement on Friday, Fifa told BBC Sport: "The interference is linked to the occupation of the Fecafoot headquarters by security forces who unilaterally decided to install one of the parties involved in the contested electoral process.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at Kawowo Sports