- Cameroon legend Samuel Eto'o is having a good time in Paris after he was spotted on a scooter in the French capital
- The former Barcelona forward is currently the head of the Cameroonian Football Federation and is in France to monitor players of the national team
- Samuel Eto'o supervised the successful hosting of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon early this year
Legendary Cameroonian footballer, Samuel Eto'o seems to be having the best time of his life in Paris, after taking time off his busy schedule to enjoy a motor ride around the Eifel tower.
The Cameroon Football Federation president is reportedly in France to monitor players of the national team.
In photos posted on social media, Eto'o is seen taking a ride on the principal streets of Paris, France.
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Samuel Eto'o spent last month in Morocco monitoring the Africa Women's Cup of Nations, with the Indomitable Lionesses picking a play-offs slot for the Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
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Meanwhile, earlier this year, the ex-Chelsea player ensured the successful hosting of the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
Samuel Eto'o travels to Morocco to watch WAFCON
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Head of Cameroon's Football Federation, Samuel Eto'o, has arrived in Rabat ahead of the Indomitable Lionesses' quarter-final clash with Nigeria at the Women's Africa Cup of Nations.
Cameroon face the record African champions on Thursday with a place at next year's FIFA Women's World Cup at stake.
In a post on social media, Eto'o urged the Indomitable Lionesses to end Nigeria's dominance in the competition.
Samuel Eto'o sends inspiring message to Indomitable Lionesses at 2022 WAFCON
President of the Cameroon Football Federation, Samuel Eto'o, has congratulated the female national team after securing a place in the last of eight of the Women's Africa Cup of Nations.
Cameroon reached the quarter finals after beating Tunisia 2-0 in their final Group B game.
Eto'o took to social media to celebrate the achievement of the team as they set up a mouthwatering clash against record champions Nigeria. Read more: