Appointed head of Cameroon last summer, Paul Le Guen has stabilized so badly managed a team in the playoffs. Absent the 2006 World Cup, the Indomitable Lions want to return to the spotlight in South Africa. Their coach has told RFI before starting training camp (the first part of the interview)..
We know very well that this can change during the competition. I was left on the eleven who had emerged during the playoffs. But I knew that this eleventh would evolve, given its profile. Some players arrive a little run its course. You say that I had not found. I think I had found at the end of competition.
It was difficult to concentrate at the outset of the competition. Players are quickly moved to foreign leagues this CAN 2010. And then I saw that to live for almost a month together, it was very different compared to mini-courses of five to six days. It is incomparable. You must be able to go the distance and find a mode that allows everyone to feel good for nearly a month.
Non.On was released by Egypt after extra time by doing a very good game, having renewed the team. We missed a bit of success. We made individual mistakes that have penalized. For the rest, I’m happy with the approach because it comes from afar. In August last, we did not know if we would get the qualification to the CAN, let alone the World Cup. Today, we are happy to be there. It was necessary to make things happen, it was essential. I took some risks but by preventing everyone and being clear in my communication and my choices.
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