Sports Writer Mysoccer24.com
The head coach of the intermediate lions of Cameroon, Yves Clement Arroga, has been sacked from his function.
According to reports, officials of Cameroon’s ministry of Sports and the country’s FA, met on Wednesday in Yaoundé, and decided to show Yves Clement Arroga the door, following a series of poor outings from the intermediate lions.
Yves Clement Arroga Atsentso officially took up duty as head coach of the intermediate lions of Cameroon on October 11, 2019, and his sacking comes exactly one year and 10 days in charge.
The intermediate lions have been actively preparing for the upcoming African Nations championship to be hosted by Cameroon in January 2021. Arroga’s sacking comes just hours after he named a 28 man squad, to take part in their next training camp as from Sunday October 25.
No official statement has been made by the Cameroon football federation.
Several names have filter as possible replacement for Arroga, with Martin Ndtoungou Mpile leading the headlines, with current PWD Bamenda’s gaffer, David Pagou and Ndoumbe Bosso also mentioned as possible members of the technical bench.