Cameroon's most notable current player, Samuel Eto'o isn't happy with recent comments made by Cameroon's most notable historic player, Roger Milla.

Eto'o questioned whether it was even worth it to play in South Africa after Milla said he has "never given anything to Cameroon."

Milla is a legend in Cameroon after helping it advance to the quarterfinals of the 1990 World Cup. Eto'o, however, could care less.

Eto'o is already the country's career leader in goals scored (44 in 94 caps).

"I've still got some days to think about it but I'll see if my taking part is important because I don't need this in my career," he said.

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Eto'o just won the historic treble (league, cup and Champions League titles) in back-to-back years, with Barcelona in 2009 and Inter Milan in 2010. I'm guessing this nonsense will blow over, but it's not exactly what you want to see from a star player two weeks before the World Cup.