Cameroon Sports Minister insists they will play Kotoko match despite short time preparation Featured
22 Nov

Cameroon Sports Minister insists they will play Kotoko match despite short time preparation

Cameroon Minister of Sports and Physical Education Pierre Ismael Bidoung Mkpatt has insisted that they will play the Confederation Cup match against Asante Kotoko despite short time preparation.
The winner between Eding Sport and Lion Blessé in the Cameroonian Cup final will face Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko on Wednesday, November 28 in the 1st leg of the preliminary round of the 2018/19 CAF Confederation Cup.
It is reported in the local media that the Porcupine Warriors might result in a walk over following the impending registration of the Cameroon Football Federation's second representive in this year's Confederation Cup.
However, the Sports Minister of Cameroon has asserted that they will play Kotoko match after their Cup winner have been decided on Sunday, November 25.
"The team will be submitted on Sunday but CAF will decide whether we've meet the deadline date for the registration. There is timing for everything. I don't know at what level that the preparation we've thought with CAF," Ismael Bidoung told
"But I know that the two clubs which will be playing the Cup final have registered their players for the Confederation Cup. So any team which will emerge as champion will play Kotoko match. On Sunday we'll have a team but it'll depend if we'll meet up with the deadline of CAF registration," he ended.
By: Opoku Augustus @OpokuAugustus
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