Indomitable Lions of Cameroon defender Christopher Maurice Wooh has recovered from the head injury that took him out of Friday’s 1-1 draw against Namibia in the 41st minute but hasn’t been cleared for the game in South Africa.
Cameroon will face Namibia on Tuesday in match day four of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier without Wooh because the country’s medical staff has advised the Stade Rennes’ defender be kept out of the fixture as he continues his recovery.
Wooh, 21, spent 24 hours in the intensive care unit of the Yaounde General Hospital but took to social media on Saturday reassure his fans and we’ll wishers about his situation.
The young defender didn’t join the Cameroon contingent that left for Soweto on Sunday. He will rather fly to France to finalized his treatment and recovery.
The Indomitable Lions are up against The Brave Warriors in a decisive on Tuesday, March 28 at the Orlando Stadium.
Group D leaders need a win to secure a place in next year’s Africa Cup of Nations in Cote D’Ivoire.
The five-time African champions will have to pair Jean Charles Castelletto and Nicolas Nkoulou in the heart of the defense given the absence of Wooh.
Martin Hongla to associate with Jean Charles Castelletto is another option for Rigobert Song’s charges in the fixture.
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