The Spanish coach Javier Clemente was sacked on Tuesday as national coach of Cameroon , as confirmed by the head of communications Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFUT), Junior Binyam. "The president of the FECAFUT, Iya Mohammed, yesterday sent a letter to Javier Clement officially notifying the termination of his contract, "Binyam said by telephone to confirm a rumor circulating that came several days in the African country. The Ministry of Sports confirmed that the Spanish coach substitute could be known this Tuesday.
Could be the new coach Denis Lavagne coach champions Cameroon, Coton Sport Garoua, who last week met the secretary general of the FECAFUT, Tombi Aroko. Clemente came to the bench Cameroon in 2010 in order to classify the "Indomitable Lions", popularly known as the Cameroon team for the African Nations Cup 2012, but failed to achieve that goal. The dismissal came a day after the front Samuel Eto'o gave his support to Clement in a telephone conversation with Magic Yaounde FM radio, which praised his work "in the process of rebuilding the Cameroon team." In his long coaching career, Clemente was selected to Spain (1992-1998) and Serbia (2006-2007), apart from having led a Spanish teams like the Athletic Bilbao, Atletico Madrid and Real Betis.