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Cameroon: Fecafoot’s Head Sets Goals for the FIFA World Cup

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Eto'o wants Lions to roar during Qatar world cup

No time to waste on the Lions ends . Samuel Eto’o precises this qualification must not be a sole victory. Winning the World Cup remains a possibility.

Samuel Eto’o wants an ambitious Cameroon in Qatar. The ambitious president of the Cameroonian Federation refuses that his players rest on their laurels and be satisfied with this simple qualification.

According to him, the Indomitable Lions must tackle the deadline with ambition! “You have done the job, but I am a great dreamer, I do not go to Qatar to leave in the first round. We will go to Qatar with a different mentality. If the others can win, why not us. We will not go to Qatar in stroll”, warned Samuel Eto’o in comments relayed by Cfoot.

“Dear Lions, allow me to say a big congratulations. A big congratulations guys, I told you that the match would be long. And you understood, you did the job. Me, I am a big dreamer, I don’t I’m not going to Qatar to go out in the first round. The coaches who are there have a huge job to do. And you have a huge responsibility. We will go to Qatar with a different mentality. If the others can win, why not us. We are changing our way of going to the World Cup”, first explained the ex-scorer in the Cameroonian locker room.

“it starts now dear Lions. Start anticipating your World Cup mentally. We will not go for a walk in Qatar. What you have done today is enormous but what you are going to do in November-December in Qatar will be a lot our elders, our parents have shown us the way. Until proven otherwise, we have only played one quarter-final. Those who will be in front of us in Qatar play in the same clubs as you and are no better than you,” Eto’o added.

The football icon is not satisfied, as he urges the players to perform double in Qatar.

Published on 05.05.2023

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