A 10-man Adhoc Committee To Implement The Decision Of The TAS

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A ten man team has been installed and assigned the task of closely studying and fully implementing the verdict of the Court of Arbitration of Sports, TAS, on the continuous fights between the Cameroon Professional Football League and the FECAFOOT.

The crew led by Joseph Yerima has been called to seek long lasting solutions to the LFPC/FECAFOOT saga and the problems facing local football in Cameroon.

Installing the team on a two week assignment, the Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Narcisse Mouelle Kombi said they have to be selfless not for a personal interest but for the interest of Cameroonians and their undisputed love for football.

The MINSEP boss was categorical that the verdict of the Court of Arbitration for Sports will not be disputed but implemented in all its forms.

The ten members have two weeks to make a difference and ensure that Cameroon will not witness any further embarrassments from the Court of Arbitration at the national and international levels.

On his part, the President of the Adhoc Committee, Joseph Yerima said the verdict will be effectively interpreted and applied with unreserved attention.

The newly commissioned are onto a real business with a task of ensuring that everything is done in due time for the launch of the 2020/2021 football championships; the Elite One and Elite Two.

The adhoc committee will also put into consideration the adverse effect the misinterpretation of the verdict can cause on the upcoming 2020 CHAN and the 2022 AFCON.

Worthy of note is the fact that, the President of the Cameroon Football Federation, FECAFOOT, Seidou Mbombo Njoya and his close aids were absent during this event.

The calls for a reconciliation in the two camps are seemingly futile as the protagonists have silently continued with the fight.

Some four days after the verdict was passed, the Minister of Sports called the two disgruntled football actors to a dialogue table and asked them to form a synergy for the interest of Cameroonian football but the calls literally fell on deaf ears.

The LFPC/FECAFOOT saga is on to the detriment of professional football in Cameroon. The fact that it is taking soo long for the two to find calm waters, has been a worry to many Cameroonians who have continuously see local football on its knees

Benly Anchunda

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