Clarence Seedorf dismissed as national coach of Cameroon
The former Dutch football star Clarence Seedorf has been dismissed as coach of the Cameroon national team after the weak performance at the African Cup. This was announced by the national federation Fecafoot. The defending champion and five-time tournament winner Cameroon had failed at the still running tournament in Egypt in the second round 2: 3 at the trained by Gernot tube Nigerians.
With Seedorf, who won the Champions League as a player with Ajax Amsterdam, Real Madrid and AC Milan, is also his assistant, former Dutch world-class striker Patrick Kluivert. The duo started on 4 August 2018. Cameroon will host the next Africa Cup in 2021.
On Tuesday, Guinea also fired his French coach Paul Put (63). The West African country had also failed in the second round. Algeria, who won 3-0 in the round of the top 16, will contest the final of the 32nd edition of the continental tournament against Senegal on Friday (9 pm, TV: DAZN).