The head coach of the indomitable Lions of Cameroon, Antonio Conceicao has summoned 36 players ahead of the start of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in June.
Antonio Conceicao recorded his first defeat as coach of the indomitable Lions back in March, and will be looking forward to get back to winning ways this time arround, when Cameroon play against Malawi and Cote d’Ivoire in the World Cup Qualifiers next month.
The French based players (Karl Toko Ekambi, Harold Moukoudi, Jean Charles Castelletto and others) who were absent during the March expedition have been recalled.
Captain Eric Choupo Moting whose absence during the last international window was characterized with lots of controversies, have also been recalled back into the team.
The lights of Fabrice Ondoa, Zambo, Omossola, Vincent Aboubakar amongst others maintained their places, while goalkeeper Devis Epassy and Jean Claude Billon get their first call ups.
Defender Meyapa Fongain of Fauvre Azur is the only retained home based players, while the lights of Man Ykre Dangmo and Haschou Kerrido were dropped.
Complete List of 36 lions
Ondoa Fabrise (NK ISTRA 1961, Croatia), Simon Omossola (AS Vita club, Dr Congo), Blondy Nounkeu (Stoke city, England), Jean Efala (Akwa United, Nigeria), Devis Epassy (PAS Lamia, Greece)
Onguene Jerome (Genoa, Italy), Fia Collins ( Standard liege, Belgium), Harold Moukoudi (St Etienne, France), Meyapa Fongain (Fauve Azur, Cameroon), Tchamba Duplex (Stromgodset, Norway), Mbaizo Olivier (Union Philadelphia, USA), Nouhou Tolo (Seattle Sounders, USA), Dawa Tchokounte (Valmiera, Lithuania), Jean Claude Billon (Hataysport, Turkey), Michael Ngadeu (Genk, Belgium), Jean Castelletto ( Nantes, France).
Zambo Anguissa (Fulham, England), Neyou Yvan (St Etienne, France), Onana Jean (Royal Mouscron, Belgium), Djoum Arnaud (Al- Raed Saudi Arabia), Oum Gouet (Altach, Austria), Martin Hongla (Royal Antwerp, Belgium), Kunde Malong (Mainz 05, Germany), Lea siliki (Rennes, France), Yann Eteki (Granada)
Ako Assomo , Karl Toko (Lyon), Moumi Ngamaleu (Young Boys, Switzerland), Tabekou Serge (Royal Moucron, Belgium), Aboubakar Vincent (Besiktas, Turkey), Stephane Bahoken (Angers), John Mary (Avispa Fukouka Japan), Clinton Njie (Dynamo Moscow), Ignatius Ganago (RC Lens ), Eric Choupo Moting (Bayern Munich), Christian Bassogog (Shanghai Shenshua).
The players are expected to be in camp by the end of May.
Cameroon is in group D in the World Cup Qualifiers alongside Mozambique, Malawi and Cote d’Ivoire.