The saga which opposes the Cameroonian Football Federation (Fecafoot) of Samuel Eto’o to the French equipment manufacturer Le Coq sportif (LCS) has just known a new episode. After three months of politico-legal contests, the Paris court has delivered its verdict in this thorny case, which crystallizes attention in both Paris and Yaoundé.
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According to the terms of the decision, the president of the Paris court ordered “the maintenance of contractual relations between the company LCS International et the Cameroonian Football Federation under the equipment supplier partnership and license contracts concluded on January 10, 2020, until the end of the contract, i.e. December 31, 2023”. Fecafoot was also ordered “to pay the company LCS International the sum of 3,000 euros, in respect of costs unrepeatable”.