- Cameroon coach Rigobert Song has named his final 26-man squad for the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar
- The former Cameroon captain was made coach after the Africa Cup of Nations, with his country beating Algeria to qualify
- Cameroon have been drawn in Group G of the tournament alongside five-time world champions Brazil, Serbia and Senegal
Cameroon coach Rigobert Song has announced his squad for the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.
The 46-year-old rounded up preparation ahead of the tournament on Wednesday and he is already on his way to Doha.
However, a video posted on social media seems to depict the coach not knowing the players he was selecting.
Song struggled to mention names of players he invited for the competition, as Cameroon head to the World Cup with huge reputation to uphold.
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The five-time African champions are making an eighth appearance at the Mundial after edging out Algeria to qualify for the 2022 edition.
Cameroon are the first country from the continent to reach the last eight of the World Cup, and will be hoping to surpass that milestone.
The Central African country have been drawn in Group G alongside Brazil, Serbia and Switzerland.
Cameroon name 26-man tournament squad
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Rigobert Song, who is the coach of the Cameroonian national team, has released the list of his final squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Cameroon are one of the highest-rated African nations in football, and the Indomitable Lions will want to make the continent proud.
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In the last African Cup of Nations, which they hosted, Cameroon were beaten in the semi-final by Senegal before going on to win the third place match by beating Egypt.
Samuel Eto'o picks Cameroon, Morocco
Former Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o has backed his country to win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar claiming that the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon will beat Morocco in the final.
The 2022 World Cup will be starting on November 20, and will see a serious battle among 32 nations contesting for the Mundial in Qatar.
According to the report on Goal, Eto'o is of the opinion that his country will win the World Cup in Qatar and added his belief that Africa is ready to succeed.