In a release by FECAFOOT, Joseph Ndoko has been fired at the helm of Cameroon’s women team and replaced by Alain Djeumfa who will take charge of Cameroon’s indomitable lionesses at the France 2019 World Cup.
Joseph Briand Touongo Ndoko appointed in June 2017 led the lionesses in 15 international games winning 9, 3 draws and losing 3 others.
Finalist of the 2018 COSAFA Cup in South Africa and 3rd place winner of the 2018 Ghana AWCON, Ndoko qualified the lionesses for the World Cup which will take place later in the year in France.
Nevertheless, the president of Cameroon’s FA deemed it necessary to replace him with Alain Djeumfa, fitness coach for the team during the Ghana AWCON and will be assisted by former Lionesses’ skipper, Bernadette Anong.
Cameroon will face Canada, New Zealand and the Netherlands in Group E at their second World Cup.