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Song Names Squad For Algeria Qualifiers

Cameroon national team head coach Rigobert Song has named a 27-man squad for this month’s 2022 FIFA World Cup two-legged play-off against Algeria.

The first leg will be played at Japoma Stadium in Douala on March 25 while the second leg is slated for March 29 in Algeria.

Africa Cup of Nations 2021 golden boot winner Vincent Aboubakar headlines the squad, that also has Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana as well as Bayer Munich striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.

Coton Sport teenage sensation Wassou Patient is only local-based Indomitable Lions called up following his brilliance display in this season’s CAF Confederation Cup.

Swansea City midfielder Olivier Ntcham, Hannover midfielder Gael Ondoa and Asteras Tripolis forward Kevin Soni have all kept their places in their squad, and they will be looking for Indomitable Lions debut.

Experienced stars Christian Bassogog and Clinton Njie were undoubtedly the biggest casualties despite featuring in this year’s Africa Cup of Nations.

The winners of the double-leggedtie will qualify for the World Cup finals in Qatar later this year.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Simon Omossola (AS Vita Club, DR Congo), Devis Epassy (OFI Crete, Greece), Andre Onana (Ajax, Netherlands).

Defenders: Collins Fai (Al Tai, Saudi Arabia), Olivier Mbaizo (Philadelphia Union, USA), Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui (Gent, Belgium), JC Castelletto (Nantes, France), Harold Moukoudi (St Etienne, France), Ambroise Oyongo Bitolo (Montpellier, France), Nouhou Tolo (Seattle Sounders, USA), Duplexe Tchamba (SonderjyskE, Denmark).

Midfielders: Jean Onana Junior (Bordeaux, France), Malong Kunde (Olympiakos, Greece), Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa (Napoli, Italy), Samuel Gouet Oum (Mechelen, Belgium), Martin Hongla (Hellas Verona, Italy), Olivier Ntcham (Swansea City, England), Jeando Fuchs (Peterborough United, England), Gael Ondoa (Hannover 96, Germany).

Forwards: Ignatius Ganago (Lens, France), Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (Bayern Munich, Germany), Karl Toko-Ekambi (Lyon, France), Moumi Ngamaleu (Young Boys, Switzerland), Vincent Aboubakar (Al Nasr, Saudi Arabia), Kevin Soni (Asteras Tripolis, Greece), Leandre Tawamba (Al Taawoun, Saudi Arabia), Wassou Patient (Coton Sport).




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