Cameroon players bounce back with clubs after AFCON exit

By Biwah Bryan Following Cameron's knockout stage exit from the 34th edition of the African Cup of Nations, the 27 players who represented Cameroon have settled in their respective clubs. Among the 27 players, few have inked deals with new teams, several played over the weekend, and some remained on standby. Andre Onana, who played for Cameroon against Sénégal, featured in two games for Manchester United, conceding three goals against Wolves but achieving his 7th clean sheet of the session against West Ham. Faris Moumbagnia who played a total of 43 minutes in 4 games for Cameroon came off the bench for Marseille in his debut match against Lyon in the French Ligue 1. Zambo Anguissa Cameron's Captain in the AFCON delivered a stunning performance, aiding Napoli in their 2-1 win against Hellas Verona while Frank Magri who scored against Guinea made a significant impact for Toulouse, providing game-changing assistance in their 3-2 win against Stade de Reims. Jean Charles Castelletto, Yvan Neyou, Olivier Keme n, Ben Eliott, and Harold Moukoundi all played for their respective clubs over the weekend. However, Vincent Aboubakar, Njie Clinton, Nouhou Tolo, Christopher wooh, Fabrice Ondoa, and others have yet to debut with their clubs after the AFCON. The lions' return was highlighted by the recent transfer of local player Leonel Ateba from Elite one side Dynamo Douala to Algerian division one team UMS Alger. Source: Cameroon News Agency