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Cameroon national team has named a strong line up ahead of the Afcon qualifiers matches against Kenya in Yaounde and Burundi in Bujumbura next month.The western giants will be having the two opening matches against the East African sides.Their first assignment will be against Kenya's Harambee Stars before flying to Burundi three days later.Looking at the squad,KAA Gent defender Michael Ngadeu Ngadjui has been named in the squad among other Stars.Ngadjui is a teammate to Kenyan International Joseph Okumu. The two have been doing well for Gent this season forming a rock central defence.
Ngadjui,30 is among the most experienced players in the Cameroon defence. He is oftenly used as the captain if Abubakar is not in the teams.However, Kenyan strikers will be hoping that Okumu will give them some insights on Ngadjui's weaknesses ahead of the encounter. Other notable names include the likes of Vincent Abubakar, Chupo Motin and Karl Toko Ekambi. Ekambi is one of the best forwards in French league one,he will give Harambee stars defenders something to be concerned with. We wish both teams all the best ahead.For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news.
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