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Afcon 2019: Cameroon open training camp ahead of Comoros game


Cameroon have opened a training camp in Nairobi, capital of Kenya ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Comoros at the weekend.

Head coach Clarence Seedorf held his first training session with the team since appointed last month at the helmn of the team.
The team held one training session on Monday at 16h30m at the Kasarani Stadium with fourteen players while the others joined the squad later at night.
Aboubakar vincent, Andre Onana, Yaya Banana, Choupo Moting, Allan Nyom, Jerome onguene and Paul Georges Ntep all joined the team late on Monday night to complete the camp. Félix Eboa Eboa and Adrien Tamaze have turned down the invitation to join the team and Joyskim Dawa has been called in as a replacement.
22 players are therefore in camp and the team will hold double sessions before the team flies out to Comoros on Thursday afternoon.
Players in camp:
Goalkeepers:


Fabrice Ondoa, André Onana, Idriss Carlos Kameni
Defenders:
Fai Collins, Ngadeu Ngadjui, Oyongo Bitolo, Yaya Banana, Jérôme Onguene, Gaetan Bong, Allan Nyom, Joyskim Dawa Tchakonte
Midfielders:
Zambo Anguissa, Georges Mandjeck, Pierre Kunde Malong, Salli Edgar
Forwards
Fabrice Olinga, Vincent Aboubakar, Stephane Bahoken, Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting, Karl Toko Ekambi, Paul-Georges Ntep, Nicolas Moumi Ngamaleu

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