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The best African nation faces possible expulsion from the Qatar World Cup


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Just two weeks before the start of the World Cup in Qatar, Cameroon faces the possibility of being expelled from the tournament.

With the Qatar World Cup starting on Sunday November 20, it was reported today, Sunday the 6th, that the Cameroon Football Association could be facing expulsion from the tournament. This could come after he failed to honor an agreement with sporting goods manufacturer “Le Kok Sportif”, according to republika.rs.

Football legend Samuel Eto’o is currently the president of the Cameroonian football association. He recently decided to end the cooperation between the country’s association and the well-known company without any provocation. An existing contract with this company was supposedly valid until the end of 2023.

Eto’o immediately found a replacement in the American company ‘Van Ol Sport’, which unsurprisingly caused a lot of controversy. Of course, ‘Le Kok Sportif’ sought justice not only in court but also in FIFA, and won both cases. Cameroon was subsequently instructed to honor the original agreement.

However, Samuel Eto’o still resisted FIFA’s demands, which is why his team is threatened with serious sanctions in the form of suspension and fines. In addition, the Cameroonians promoted a jersey with a new manufacturer, which may ultimately mean that participation in the World Cup in Qatar is in doubt. The World Cup begins on November 20, with a match between Qatar and Ecuador.


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