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Samuel Eto led FECAFOOT begins construction of 12 stadiums across Cameroon

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Sam Eto’o, the head of the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT), has announced intentions to build 12 stadiums across the nation.

The goal of the extensive construction of football facilities, according to Eto’o, is to “give everyone an opportunity.”

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In December 2021, the former FC Barcelona striker took over as head of the Cameroon FA and made sure that the Indomitable Lions qualified for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022.

He has now promised that stadiums will be built across several Cameroon cities in a bid to hunt for more talent.

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Actu Cameroun reports that the project is about to begin as the implementation phase is already on course.

For the chairman of the said commission, Samuel Eto’o, thinks that talents are hidden in areas where quality sports infrastructure is non-existent.

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“Samuel Eto’o wants to give everyone the opportunity to be able to play football “, summed up Daniel Mongue Nyamsi.

Eto’o inducted into Inter Milan Hall of Fame

Meanwhile, time African footballer of the year Samuel Eto’o has expressed his gratitude following his induction into the Inter Milan Hall of Fame.

The 40-year-old footballer turned administrator, together with a host of other Inter Milan icons, were inducted into the 2021 edition of the Hall of Fame.’

Eto’o joined the Blue and Blacks in a swap deal with Zlatan Ibrahimovic with the latter heading to Barcelona in 2009 on the back of a treble-winning campaign with Guardiola’s all-conquering Blaugrana.


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