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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Lioness are Training Under Deplorable Hope, Former Junior National Team Player Joe Bashi Laments


Joe Bashi with head coach Ngachu

Joe Bashi, a former Junior National team player who came on vacation to Cameroon has expressed uncertainties after a stopover to congratulate the Lioness in camp for the Brazil Olympics qualifiers against Ghana. Dr. Bashi decried that the crisis level in the Lioness’ den seems to be the worst in the history of football in Cameroon.
Speaking to The Eye after the visit, Joe Bashi said it was unbelievable to see the most recent Pride of Africa who created sensations in Canada during the just ended female world cup train without training jersey. He added that it is regrettable that the players though called for training are not in camp given that they are coming from their homes. Dr. Bashi also revealed to this reporter that it is feared that some of the players in the Diasporas may turn down if they are called to join their peers. The state of nature of the training has gone viral on the social media yet FECAFOOT officials continue to give a deaf ear to it.
It is alleged that some of the players come for training by taxis while others come by "Achaba". To Dr. Joe Bashi, it is surprising to see that "The Normalization Committee" which took all the praises of the success of the girls have all disappeared. Ngachou, we gathered has been abandoned with the girls with nothing. A picture of the players packed in one car after training has also gone viral on the social media. Not even enough treatment for the injured girls. Allegedly, the girls are drinking from taps after training.  Tongues are still waging as to has happened to the hundreds of millions disbursed by FIFA their participation at the world cup.
A school thought holds that the money may have disappeared into private pockets. More so, football fans are of the opinion that it is time for the Head of State to step in to put an end to the masquerade.








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