Africa Cup of Nations: 17-year-old Steve Mvoue targets Cameroon spot

Cameroon under-17 start Steve Mvoue team is eyeing a place in the senior squad for the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

England coach Phil Neville 'utterly ashamed' by Cameroon conduct as Lionesses sweat on Toni Duggan injury

Phil Neville said he was 'utterly ashamed' by Cameroon's behaviour that left him unable to enjoy England's World Cup last 16 victory on Sunday.

Netherlands at the 2019 Women's World Cup: How to watch match vs. Cameroon on TV, live stream

This is the country's second appearance at a World Cup

Nchout sends Cameroon through with last kick of game

firefox"Cameroon qualified for the women\u0027s World Cup last 16 when Ajara Nchout earned them a 2-1 win over New Zealand with the last kick of their Group E match on Thursday."

England’s Phil Neville accuses Cameroon of ‘shaming football’

• ‘I’ve never seen circumstances like that on a football pitch’• Neville confirms that Toni Duggan was deliberately spat onOn an evening when Phil Neville accused Cameroon’s coach of allowing his team to “shame football”, England’s progress to the last eight and a quarter-final in Le Havre against Norway on Thursday was almost reduced to a footnote. Related: Cameroon’s shameful performance descends into playground farce | Suzanne Wrack Continue reading...

Cameroon’s shameful performance descends into playground farce | Suzanne Wrack

It was an achievement for the Indomitable Lionesses to reach the last 16 but they let themselves down against EnglandSpitting, elbows in the face and temper tantrums. England had arrived in quaint yet sophisticated Valenciennes on Friday likely not expecting that by Sunday evening they would feel like they were in a nursery. Yet that is what the Stade du Hainaut became as the Cameroon national team fell to pieces and threw their toys out of the pram in style. Related: England beat Cameroon to reach quarter-finals amid VAR drama Continue reading...

Cameroon player appears to spit on opponent during heated match

firefoxThe knockout-stage match between England and Cameroon was one of the most intense games of the entire Women’s World Cup and saw one player spit on their opponent in the heat of the moment.

Buchanan scores and Canada holds off Cameroon 1-0

MONTPELLIER, France (AP) — Kadeisha Buchanan scored the lone goal at the end of the first half and Canada held on to defeat Cameroon in the Women’s World Cup on Monday night. Buchanan charged into the box on a corner kick and her header bounced into the goal. But all eyes were on her teammate […] The post Buchanan scores and Canada holds off Cameroon 1-0 appeared first on

Possession key for Cameroon clash, says New Zealand's Longo

firefoxNew Zealand's slim hopes of making it to the knockout rounds of the women's World Cup for the first time will depend on denying Cameroon possession in their last Group E game in Montpellier on Thursday, midfielder Annalie Longo has said.

Cameroon’s Nchout Ajara, a heroine on and off the pitch, can hurt England

Forward is the main threat to England in the World Cup last 16 but is equally known for her work with orphans and prisonersThe clock was ticking towards the 96th minute when Aboudi Onguene headed the ball towards Nchout Njoya Ajara. With Cameroon needing a winner against New Zealand to go through to the last 16, and the score 1-1, Ajara beat Ria Percival to the ball and turned the New Zealand defender one way then the other before curling a beautiful shot into the far corner.The celebrations showed what the goal meant to the Indomitable Lionesses. On Sunday they face England in the last 16 in Valenciennes and Ajara will provide a huge threat to Phil Neville’s hopes of progressing to the quarter-finals. Continue reading...