Football management in Cameroon is gradually coming back into the hands of ex-footballers as the new FA president Seidou Mbombo Njoya has named two former indomitable lions in the management body of Cameroon’s national selections.
43 year old Bill Jackson Tchato Mbiayi has been named Coordinator for all the categories of the indomitable lions of Cameroon.
The former Caen, Valence, Nice, Montpellier, 1. FC Kaiserslautern among others has a rich pedigree with the national team lions, haven won the African Cup of Nations in 2000 and finalist in 2008.
René-Salomon Olembé-Olembé has also been named Team Manager of the indomitable lions of Cameroon.
At 38 years old, the former Nantes, Marseille and Leeds United player occupies a position which was once held by Rigobert Song, now coach for the U23.
With over 64 caps (5 goals) for the indomitable lions, Olembe olembe won the 2000 and 2002 African Cup of Nations.
Both players will be expected to make use of their past experience to coordinate the activities of the national teams in order for these selections to definitely move away from amateurism and bring in the most desired spirit of professionalism lacking in many national teams on the continent.
The Appointment decisions below: