Cameroon’s president has ordered an investigation into the team’s abysmal performance at the World Cup.
According to reports, President Paul Biya, has charged the country’s Prime Minister, Philemon Yang, with the task of finding out the cause of the team’s poor showing in Brazil.
The Cameroonians were the first country to be eliminated from the World Cup after losing all three of their group matches, conceding 9 goals and scoring only 1 themselves.
As well as having a player sent-off, two of their players were captured on camera fighting at the end of their 4-0 loss to Croatia.
According to a statement on Cameroon radio, Prime Minister Yang has been told by the president to “provide results within a month and make proposals for a deep and urgent reconstruction of Cameroon football.”
The Cameroonians didn’t have the best of preparation for the tournament, with their players reportedly threatening not to board the plane to Brazil because of a row over bonuses with the country’s Football Association.
By: Edwin Kwakofi/citifmonline.com/Ghana