The first quoted resumed training last Tuesday but with little chance of integrating the competition, the second is struggling to recover and the situation goes from bad to worse. A member of the team medical staff said that a closer examination revealed that Atem is suffering from a serious right knee injury. To save the career of the young player, the Cameroonian Football Federation (Fécafoot) sent to Sudan, the head of its medical committee, Dr. Tamo Moktomo Philémon. The latter will travel to South Africa with Atem next Monday for a specialised hospital." We hope there, he will receive the appropriate care to allow him to return to the playing field", Dr Ngallé Mbonjo head of the medical staff of Lions A ' said. Fécafoot would have spent ten million FCFA for the medical evacuation.
The lions start today the preparation of the quarterfinals planned for this Saturday against the Palancas Negras Angola. In the evening, they will watch a video record about the Angolan game.
After Malian and Ugandan delegations left, Cameroon shares now the premises of Regency Hôtel with the Eagles of Carthage (Tunisia) and the Mena (Niger). During the first round, only Côte d’Ivoire did not share their hotel. Others were compelled to live together with their opponents. It was the case of the Indomitable Lions in the same hotel with the Eagles of Mali.