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Why Cameroon has slid back since Italia ’90

The Indomitable Lions’ class of 1990 put Africa on the international football map with their showing in Italy, where they stunned the world champions. But they have since gone backwards. Why?

Cameroon’s keepers of faith: Onana and Ondoa

The cousins are rivals for the Indomitable Lions’ No 1 jersey, but their relationship is amicable

More exposure’ for women’s game: New Zealand ‘keeper Nayler has World Cup goal

The Ferns' goalkeeper believes that her team can bring more attention to football in her country

Alex Song left out of Cameroon Afcon squad

The midfielder was left out of the national Afcon squad, even though he asked his English side West Ham United to be released for the 2015 tournament.

Cameroon, title-holders Spain out of World Cup

Africa has lost one of its five representative countries in the World Cup, while the champions were humiliated by a shock defeat by Chile.

Netherlands top Group after 2-1 win

The Netherlands maintained their 100% record in the World Cup on Thursday when they finished on top of Group E after a 2-1 win over Cameroon.

Cameroon crash out of World Cup

A 2-1 loss to Denmark on Saturday night at Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria left the Indomitable Lions with zero points after two games.

Cameroon first side out of World Cup

Cameroon became the first side to be eliminated from the World Cup after the Indomitable Lions somehow lost 2-1 to Denmark.

Japan coach Okada wins breathing room

Eleven games into the tournament and Ghana remains the only African team to have won a match after Cameroon slumped to a 1-0 loss to Japan.

Honda drives Japan to win over Cameroon

Keisuke Honda carried Japan to their first World Cup finals victory on foreign soil when he scored the goal which beat Cameroon 1-0.

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