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Cameroon: Andre Onana recieved by the head of government

by Lesley Ngwa
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  • Cameroon’s star goalkeeper, Andre Onana, recently met with Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute during his holiday in the country.
  • As he prepares for the World Cup qualifiers, his historic saves and European success are poised to elevate Cameroon’s goalkeeping standards against an offensive Cape Verde team

Cameroon’s first choice keeper Andre Onana has been received by the prime Minister head of government Joseph Dion Ngute, this wednesday May 28.

The 26 year old who inspired Manchester United to the FA cup win is enjoying his holiday in Cameroon while waiting for the world cup qualifiers between Cape Verde and Angola.

Onana is one of the two players in Marc Brys’s provisional squad to arrive at Cameron before the publication of the final list.

Kunde Making has been seen training with his former club Best stars Academy in preparation for the double qualifiers.

It’s uncertain wether the later will make the cup seing that he was left out of the 2023 African cup of nations squad, but the former Inter Milan player is definitely sure of a squad.

He is currently one of the best players in Europe, amongst the top keeper , evident in his nomination for team of the season.

This 2023 AFCON bronze medallist is the most active goalkeeper of the Indomitable Lions at the moment and his historic save record created in Manchester United will be needed against a extremely offensive Cape Verde.

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