The show goes on, and it doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon. Between the Cameroonian Football Federation (Fecafoot) and the equipment manufacturer Le Coq Sportif, the towel has been burning since l’instance decided last June, unilaterally, to put an end to the contract which bound it until 2023 with the French company. The latter has publicly expressed its surprise, ensuring that it has kept all its commitments.
“Fecafoot had validated the shirts developed by Le Coq Sportif for the World Cup in Qatar, which is being held at the end of the year, and this equipment had been approved by FIFA”, even hastened to explain Marc-Henri Beausire, the president of Le Coq Sportif. Fecafoot, visibly upset, responded curtly, assuring that Le Coq sportif had not respected the terms of the contract signed in 2019 by Seidou Mbombo Njoya, the predecessor of Samuel Eto’o at the head. of l’instance.
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