Cameroon International and Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana will no longer feature for the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Kick442.com sources have spotted the shot stopper at the Hamad International Airport in Doha on Tuesday morning, as it is now clear that he will no longer be part of Cameroon’s squad at the ongoing World Cup in Qatar. Our sources have confirmed that 26_year_old Onana is heading back to Milan.
This new twist in the Andre Onana saga, comes barely hours after attempts from some top personalities in Country to get him back into action, but all proved futile.
Andre Onana missed Cameroon’s second group G match against Serbia on Monday after he was suspended by head coach Rigobert Song.
According to the coach, Andre Onana was suspended due to indiscipline and some behavioral issues in the den.
It should be noted that Andre Onana was not suspended because of his style of play as reported on the media earlier on Monday, November 28, 2022.
The Cameroon Football Federation, FECAFOOT issued a communiqué after the indomitable lions 3#3 draws against Serbia, reiterating that Onana has been suspended based on the decision of head coach Rigobert Song.
It’s not the first that Andre Onana is having this kind of situation. In 2016, he was sent out of camp by Hugo Broos for behavioral issues.
However, Andre Onana, according to Equinox TV reporters in Doha has insisted that he doesn’t have any problem with any member of staff, the coach, or Samuel Eto’o. According to them, Onana said, “a decision has been taken and I respect it”.
This means that goalkeeper Devis Epassy will still be at goal in Cameroon’s last group game against Brazil on Friday, with Olympique Marseille’s Simon Ngapandouetnbu to be his backup.
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