Cameroon national football team
RESTRICTIONS / EMBARGO - ONLINE CLIENTS MAY USE UP TO SIX IMAGES DURING EACH MATCH WITHOUT THE AUTHORISATION OF THE DFL. NO MOBILE USE DURING THE MATCH AND FOR A FURTHER TWO HOURS AFTERWARDS IS PERMITTED WITHOUT THE AUTHORISATION OF THE DFL. Frankfurt's Brazilian midfielder Caio (L) vies for the ball with Schalke's midfielder Lukas Schmitz (C) and Schalke's midfielder from Cameroon Joel Matip during the German first division Bundesliga football match Eintracht Frankfurt vs FC Schalke 04 in the central German city of Frankfurt am Main on October 23, 2010. The match ended with a 0-0 draw.
At the World Cup in 2010, we did not get very good results. We intend to do better in 2014 if we qualify. To show that Cameroon is still Cameroon is a big motivation for us.
We decided to rest Samuel Eto'o because he was still carrying a slight injury coming back from the (Cameroon) national team. He played last week but today we decided to give him some rest so he would be fully fit for our next matches.
Cameroon continues to live in the faded glory of what we achieved at the 1990 World Cup finals. We are refusing to plan and yet we expect that with such an attitude, we can continue staying at the top. If we are not careful, we are on the road to becoming irrelevant in African football.More quotes »
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