Dutchman Clarence Seedorf faces an uncertain future as Cameroon coach after the country’s sports minister says it is time for the Dutchman to leave.
Minister Narcisse Mouelle Kombi was talking after Cameroon failed to defend their Africa Cup of Nations title in Egypt.
The Indomitable Lions lost 3-2 to Nigeria in the last 16 .
“When you consider all what was done and the poor results obtained, in all objectivity, there’s no need to continue having Clarence Seedorf as head of Cameroon’s men’s football team,” the minister told national broadcaster CRTV.
“I’ve spoken with the President of Cameroon’s Football Federation (Seidou Mbombo Njoya) and I’ve asked him to activate a clause in a contract that makes room for the termination of his deal with Cameroon.”