Paul Le Guen has named his 23 men (+1 alternate) to represent the Lions of Cameroon in World Cup 2010. His list has no huge surprises, and is a strong set of European based players. Whether they are strong enough is still to be determined.
Of course, this week, the big news other than the squad announcement was the rift between current Lions star Samuel Eto'o and former great Roger Milla. Milla apparently claimed that Eto'o gives more effort during club performances than during national team ones, something that has really offended Eto'o. Because of the comments, and the percieved lack of respect from the Cameroon old guard, Samuel Eto'o has threatened to quit the team. I don't think it will happen, but if it did, it would be the early news of the tournament, and all but sink the team. His red card in the friendly against Portugal cannot have helped matters.
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