YAOUNDE - Three players sidelined from
the national team since Cameroon's losing performance at last
year's World Cup, including Arsenal midfielder Alexandre Song,
are likely to return for the Senegal match next month.
Coach Javier Clement said Song, striker Achille Emana of
Spanish club Real Betis and Espanyol goalkeeper Idriss Carlos
Kameni would probably be called up for the key African Nations
Cup qualifier on March 26 in Dakar.
"Let me tell you that no player is banned from the national
team," he told reporters. "So Achille Emana, Alexandre Song and
Carlos Kameni are likely to be part of the team that will face
Senegal on March 26."
The trio had personality clashes with team-mates during the
World Cup finals, with Song and Emana playing just once and
Kameni benched for the three games at the tournament.
Clemente said he had patched up problems since taking over
after the tournament and wanted the trio back for the game
against their strongest opponent in their qualifying group.
"We all know the importance of this match. It's a must win
for us, and we have all the chances of beating Senegal if we
take on the game with the spirit as we played the friendly
against Macedonia last month," he said.
The Indomitable Lions, who won 1-0 in their friendly in
Skopje last month, are expected to assemble in Lisbon on March
21 to prepare for the trip to Senegal.
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