JOHANNESBURG, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Liverpool's French-born
reserve goalkeeper Charles Itandje has been given FIFA
permission to switch his international allegiance to Cameroon,
world football's governing body confirmed on Tuesday.
Itandje, 28, a former French under-21 international but of
Cameroonian descent and because of his dual nationality has been
allowed to switch his international status.
He has been called up to a three-day training camp in France
this week by new Cameroon coach Javier Clemente, despite not
playing a league game for Liverpool since signing at Anfield
more than three years ago.
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