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July 14, 2012


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Joe Ewunkem - The little engine that could! RIP!

Akuo Clement

What a fascinating story. The events that followed after this match didn't only shape Cameroon football but were a clear indication that Anglophones fate on sports, athletics and many other activities would be determined by Francophones. Any lover and follower of football in Cameroon would agree that a catalog of unforgettable and regrettable incidents have happened since that period that have prevented Anglophone clubs from gaining prominence and their players attaining stardom. All these points to one factor, the inability of most Southern Cameroon politicians to see beyond PM Kalle's vision.

Bami Franklin

I just wist to know all the license players of Rainbow FC Mankon. I will be very gratefullest if my request is granted.

felix tanze

It is quite exciting to read this great piece. Please is it possible for me to know how football was in the period before independence in Cemeroon.
Thank you in Advance.

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