The head coach of Cameroon’s intermediate Lions, Martin Ndtoungou Mpile has given preselected lions some time off after closed to three training camps in post COVID-19 lockdown.
The announcement was made on Saturday November 21, 2020 after a 1-1 draw with Equato Guinean champions Akonangui FC at the CAF Excellent Center in Mbankomo.
The break, according to the head coach is to ensure the psychological stability of the players who have been in camp since September 25, 2020.
Ndtoungou Mpile has so far played five matches since replacing Clement Arroga last month, recording two wins and three draws.
The overall balance sheet of the intermediate Lions since the era of Clement Arroga, the lions have played 17 preparatory matches, recording 8 wins, 8 draws and one defeat.
The 62 year old is expected to make public a list of those to return to camp in the final lab in preparation for the African nations championship (CHAN) to be held in Cameroon in January next year.