After a lackluster performance during recent outings of Cameroon, Annette Ngo Ndom and Michaela Abam have been left behind by Alain Djeumfa for the preparation camp for the Qualifying at the Olympic Games.

Montpellier, France – June 10: The Cameroon team warms up before the Group E match of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 between Canada and Cameroon at the Stade de la Mosson on June 10, 2019 in Montpellier, France. France. (Photo by Elsa / Getty Images)

Cameroon will face Cote d’ivoire, in two matches scheduled in November 9th and 12th. On this occasion, Alain Djeumfa chose 29 players for a preparation course started on November 1st.

There are a few surprises in this group with the absence of Michaela Abam, player of Betis Femina in Spain. The 22-year-old striker suffers the consequences of her poor performance with the Indomitable Lionesses. The goalkeeper Annette Ngo Ndom is in the same situation. Her performances have been severely criticized recently.

The time is therefore up for renewal, since the list has other surprises with the calls of Koesso Magoumkoua (Awa FC), Raïssa Adama (Social Mbam), Thérèse Nzie Sow (Louves Minproff), Tim Shalom Nakoma (Vision Bamenda ), Carole Mimboe (Estremadura / Spain), Alvine Njolle (FC Minsk / Belarus) and Chanel Tchapchet (Tokyo / Japan).

At the end of this course, 21 players will be part in the Ivorian expedition before returning to the country for the return match in Yaounde.


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