Cameroon names 23-man squad for World Cup

09:41, May 31, 2010      

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Cameroon coach Paul Le Guen on Sunday unveiled his 23-man World Cup squad, state Cameroon Radio-Television (CRTV) reported.

Le Guen made his choice from an initial 30-man squad following Saturday's 1-1 friendly draw against Slovakia in Klagenfurt, Austria.

Cameroon plays in Group E with Denmark, Japan and the Netherlands.


Goalkeepers: Hamidou Souleymanou (Kayserispor/TUR), Idriss Carlos Kameni (Espanyol/ESP), Guy Roland Ndy Assembe (Valenciennes/FRA).

Defenders: Benoit Assou-Ekotto (Tottenham/ENG), Sebastien Bassong (Tottenham/ENG), Gaetan Bong (Valenciennes/FRA), Aurelien Chedjou (Lille/FRA), Geremi Njitap (Mke Ankaragucu/TUR), Stephane Mbia (Marseille/FRA), Nicolas Nkoulou (Monaco/FRA), Rigobert Song (Trabzonspur/TUR)

Midfielders: Enoh Eyong Takang (Ajax/NED), Jean II Makoun (Lyon/FRA), Georges Mandjeck (FC Kaiserslautern/GER), Joel Matip (Schalke 04/GER), Landry Nguemo (Celtic/SCO), Alexandre Song (Arsenal/ENG).

Strikers: Vincent Aaboubakar (Coton Sport Garoua/CMR), Eric Choupo-Moting (Nuremberg/GER), Achille Emana (Real Betis/ESP), Samuel Eto'o (Inter Milan/ITA), Mohamadou Idrissou (Freiburg/GER), Achille Webo (Real Mallorca/ESP).



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