32-year-old indomitable Lions full-back Allan Nyom has ‘called it a day,’ according to our French – writing colleagues at Footazimuts.
In effect, the preselection of the friendly game pitting Japan in the Netherlands was the ‘omega’ of the man who plays his club football for Getafe.
Following a lengthy talk by Footazimuts with a source that wasn’t stated all through, the right-back has joined a couple of players to say ‘no, thanks.’
“Nyom said he is no longer available,” mysoccer24.com tapped from Footazimuts.
The masked source continued ‘he (Nyom) says, things he has gone through in the past gave him a bad experience and he wants to focus on his family and his club.
‘If a player changes his mind, it will be up to him to take the step like Clinton Njie did by publicly asking forgiveness from the country,” read the quote.
Allan Nyom without a doubt has had a blistering club career, but didn’t quite blossom with the national colours.
The former Watford and Granada player was involved in over 18 international games (WC inclusive), with no major or minor silverware since 2011.
Nyom thereby joins Matip, Nkolou; who is asking for ages to reflect, and Jean Pierre Nsame amongst others – who are not certain on donning Cameroon’s jersey on pitch site again.