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October 26, 2010


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What do we expect from a lawless state ? Unfortunately the image of some hardworking cameroonians is being drag into this mess.

The solution is that more football professionals(ex-footballers, coaches and refrees) should be integrated into the management of the game, where the have always identify themselves with. The government should design and support this process.

It took Oliver Bierhoff 23 semesters to terminate his management degree on distance learning at the University of Hagen. Today he is a very successful football Manager for the German National team. This show that players too must prepare themselves fit for subsiquent engagment as football managers or administrators.

Considering that most of our players go on retirement at their mid 30s, such a career profile can be realise before their mid 40s. A perfect age to exercise authority.

Hard work pays off!


Good Analysis

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