Celebrated Indomitable Lions of Cameroon mascot Henry Mouyebe aka Ngando Pickett has revealed the behavior of the previous generation of players was far better that what prevails with today’s generation.
Ngando made the revelation last Saturday during a flagship sports program on Douala-based popular TV station -My Media Prime.
Quizzed on his relationship with the players, barely days after his return from the FIFA World Cup, the experienced mascot didn’t mince words.
“Honestly, this generation of players need to sit up and realize who we are by respecting us,” Ngando started before making comparisons with the previous generation of players.
“Our relationship with these players is not the same as it was with the generation of Job Desire, Eto’o Fils and Rigobert Song.
They respected us, unlike now that players see us and cannot even greet,” Ngando continued.
“…of course all are not same,, there are some who are very humble like Andre Onana, Eric Maxim Choupo Moting, Leandre Tawamba,” Ngando added.
This comments coming from the lead mascot of the team highlights a major worry as they can’t be any genuine support without mutual respect between parties concerned.
Ngando has attended 18 Africa Cup of Nations tournaments and two FIFA World Cup events is one of the most popular faces around Cameroon’s national team and his services to the success of the team since 1998 in Burkina Faso can’t be overemphasized.
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