Revelations follow each other and are not alike. And if Oyongo Bitolo had simulated his abandonment to justify his oversight? A new burning page opens in the Impact Montréal player’s file since the administrative coordination of the national teams feels that he did his job. If his guilt is proved, the Cameroonian international should not escape the disciplinary council of the Cameroonian football federation.
Everything started with a Snapchat the day after the defeat of the Lions in friendly against Guinea (1-2):
“I’m stuck (in Brussels, Editor’s note) because I do not have my return ticket (for Montreal, Ed.). I am here waiting, no one answers … You give your heart, your soul, your life for your nation, but others do not recognize your worth. But in any case, you will not discourage us. We were born in Cameroon, we grew up in Cameroon. We are not going to abandon our country. “
Declarations in addition to the unpublished press conference of the national coach who points out the many dysfunctions in the management of the national team of Cameroon.
Faced with the conflagration on social networks and especially in the sphere of Cameroonian football, several languages are released. A copy of the flight ticket of Oyongo Bitolo is currently circulating in some editorial offices in the capital. And according to a source in the coordination offices, his flight ticket for the last training course was issued in agreement with the player and his club Impact de Montreal.
“It was on the spot in Brussels that he asked to be modified for reasons that his ticket was not known to leave a little later. We told him we were going to see without promising anything,” adds source.
It is therefore towards 10:00 in the morning (hour scheduled for his return flight, Editor’s note) that the Cameroonian international decided to recontact the coordination. The next we knew were: missed flight, invective communication, total incomprehension …
To find out more, a meeting of the Emergency Committee, extended to the members of the Executive Committee residing in Yaoundé will be held this Monday, April 3 at 2 pm at the headquarters of FECAFOOT.
If his guilt is proved, the Cameroonian international should not escape the disciplinary council of the Cameroonian football federation. We could perhaps see the same drama that had trained Samuel Eto’o in the courts of FECAFOOT, the day after the Marrakech Scandal.