The binationals Jean Charles Castelletto of Brest and Tristan Dingome of Reims, and the 2019 U17 Afcon best player Steve Mvoue have been called by Coach Clarence Seedorf to join the other 34-man squad in preparations ahead of the AFCON 2019 in Egypt.
After naming a 34-man squad last Friday to begin camping ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations that takes place in Egypt next month, Clarence Seedorf decided to call in three new players, two dual nationals, and one home based player.
The 24 year old Jean Charles Castelletto, professional footballer who plays in the Ligue 2 for Stade Brest, and for the Cameroon national football team was born in France to an Italian father and Cameroonian mother.
28 year old Tristan Dingome of Reims on his part is called in for the first time.
The third one is Cameroon’s promising soccer player Steve Regis Mvoue who plays at the home based Azur Star FC. He was best player in the just ended 2019 U17 Afcon in Tanzania.