Monthly Archives: March 2015

Football Culture

There is a footballing culture that many do not seem to be aware of. Clubs as well as countries try hard to hold on to their football cultures. This is so true for the successful ones. Many organizations with good football managers make sure the coaches and managers they hire understand their philosophy. This becomes very important for the identity

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Yaya the midfield maestro

Yaya came to the world scene after signing for Barcelona. Before that he was a prospect. A talent coming from the ranks of Asec Mimosa. The well known football academy that has produced so many Ivorian legends. Yaya  later moved into Europe like most Africans stars. Went to some familiar clubs like Olympiacos and Monaco. A player with physical ability

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Thailand 2-3 Cameroon

The Lions just ended the controversial tour in Asia. The Lions had to come from behind after falling 2 down. Two victories out of 2 not bad,given the circumstances that they travelled under. We saw some new faces in the squad. 3 local players with each and everyone getting an opportunity to play as well. We saw Yaya Banana play

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Oh Cameroon

Where there is no law, there is chaos. Pointing of fingers at FIFA makes no sense. Other successful federations deal with the same organization. Truth be told the problems of fecafoot is not unknown to Cameroonians. There is no shame, no accountability from leaders and worst of all, these leaders don’t really know how to manage football. Management is not

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