His successor, Nicolas Dikoume, former indomitable Lion of football, has however taken office since Saturday, December 30, 2017
Rigobert Song, coach of the Amateur Lions and his players met before two personalities each answering the title of general coordinator of the national football teams.
The Honorable Koa Luc, sacked on Friday, December 29, 2017, refused to hand over the post to Nicolas Dikoume, his replacement appointed this same Friday, December 29 by the chairman of the Normalization Committee of the Cameroon Football Federation.
Expected in vain at the headquarters of FECAFOOT in Yaounde for the service handing over ceremony, Koa Luc instead showed up at the airport to embark with the Amateur Lions to Morocco, the host country of CHAN 2019.
In order to thwart the dribbling of Koa Luc, the Normalization Committee has taken steps upstream to quarantine him. Thus, it is Nicolas Dikoume, the new general coordinator, who received the necessary means for the trip of the Lions.
Although quarantined, Koa Luc himself bought his plane ticket and went down to the same hotel as the Lions in Morocco.
This presence of the one that the Cameroonian football officials now present as an intruder, plunges the atmosphere in the den of the Lions in Morocco.
The serenity left the camp at least ten days to the kickoff of the CHAN, especially that Koa Luc has a serious nuisance when he is faced to the wall.
In his fifties, the CPDM MP from Lekie in the Central Region, is a baron of Cameroonian football since the Iya Mohammed regime. For about 20 years, he is a member of the very closed circle of Cameroonian football administrators. Koa Luc is part of the executive who named Rigobert Song and the other members of the technical staff of the Amateur Lions.
Against all odds, it is him that Tombi A Roko, the deposed president of FECAFOOT, appointed on May 9, 2017 to replace the irremovable André Nguidjol after the scandal of the unpaid bills of the indomitable Lions hotel in March 2017 in Belgium.
Seven months after taking office, Koa Luc shows that he is struggling to leave the only position that is both strategic and juicy within the den of the various football Lions.
Cameroon, which aims to win its very first trophy in the history of CHAN, has a dozen days to clean up the atmosphere in the Amateur Lions’ den before their first match scheduled for 16 January 2018 against the Congo.