FECAFOOT yesterday Tuesday 17th May 2016, published the list of 23 players called by Cameroon's Head Coach Hugo Broos, ahead of the friendly match against France on the 30th of May 2016 at Nantes, and the CAN 2017 official eliminatory match against Mauritania, scheduled for June 3 2016.
The list features the return of injured but recovering Njie Clinton, Choupo Moting and Enoh Eyong, while Captain Stephan Mbia and Goalkeeper Idriss Carlos Kameni, are off the list.
The coach says that Mbia is suspended for their match against France on 30 May after his red card in another friendly match against Nigeria last year, and added that Mbia is also due to play for his club Hebei China Fortune a day earlier.
Absent Goalkeeper Idriss Carlos Kameni
Three Local Professional Champions; Djeite of Union of Douala, Ngewn of Unisport Upper Nkam and Mbimbe of Coton Sport Garoua, are among the list to fly and defend the Green, Red, Yellow colour Flag during these two matches.
Cameroon is currently top of their 2017 Nations Cup qualifying pool with 8 points and 1 point ahead of Mauritania, with only the group winners guaranteed a place at the finals in Gabon.
The 23 man squad is made up of:
Goalkeepers: Andre Onan (Ajax, Netherlands), Guy Roland Ndy Assembe (Nancy, France), Fabrice Ondoa (Tarragona, Spain)
Defenders: Allan Nyom (Watford, England), Nicoals Nkoulou (Marseille, France), Aurelien Chedjou (Galatasaray, Turkey) Henri Bedimo (Lyon, France) Ambroise Oyongo (Montreal Impact, MLS) Adolphe Teiku (Sochaux, France) Jonathan Ngwem (Unisport Bafang), Mohammed Djettei (Union Douala) Aaron Mbimbe (Coton Sport Garoua)
Midfielders: Franck Kom (Etoile du Sahel, Tunisia), Eyong Enoh (Standard Liege, Belgium) Georges Mandjeck (Metz, France) Sebastien Siani (KV Oostende, Belgium)
Forwards: Vincent Aboubakar (FC Porto, Portugal), Eric-Maxime Choupo-Moting (Schalke, Germany),Benjamin Moukandjo (Lorient, France), Jacques Zoua (Ajaccio, France), Anatole Abang (New York Red Bulls, MLS) Karl Toko (Sochaux, France), Clinton Njie (Tottenham Hotspur, England), Edgar Sali (St Gallen, Switzerland).