Football World Cup: Heart Of A Lion- Gyan’s Black Stars return

CAMEROON is competing at the Football World Cup and will look to progress to the knockout rounds. Having previously qualified for six World Cups, the African giants will be hopeful of going further than any of their continental rivals in Qatar.

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Rigobert Song’s side will hope to qualify for the final rounds by taking on Brazil, Serbia and Switzerland in Group G. It will be challenging for the Indomitable Lions, with the Africans hoping to live up to their nickname and show heart during the tournament.

The FIFA World Cup is just around the corner, going underway on 20th November in Qatar. With just over a month remaining, let’s mark our calendar with the Cameroon Football World Cup Schedule in this episode.

After eight years, the African Lions Cameroon are back on the sport’s biggest stage. They had a terrible tournament in the Football World Cup 2014, losing all matches to finish at the bottom of the group. Another daunting task awaits Cameroon as they will face Brazil, Serbia, and Switzerland in Group G in the Football World Cup.

Why is Cameroon Football Team called the Indomitable Lions?

Teams around the globe all have nicknames for their sporting teams, but none are quite as impressive as that of Cameroon. The African giants are known as the Indomitable Lions, a name so recognizable in African football as they competed at the very top.

Sharing a similar name to the Three Lions of England, Cameroon was previously nicknamed the Lions in a nod to the animal, which lives mainly in the north of Cameroon. However, in 1972, the nickname of the country’s national team  was changed as the word indomitable was added to the beginning of their name.

By definition, indomitable means “impossible to subdue or defeat”, and President Ahmadou Ahidjo decided to addthis to the beginning of their nickname to make the team more recognizable and impressive.   It may have paid off, with African Cup  victories  in 1988, 2000 and 2002 in a period of dominance for the Indomitable Lions.

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Gyan’s Black Stars return

Former Ghana international Emmanuel Armah, nicknamed Armah Senegal, disagrees with calls for Asamoah Gyan to be added to Ghana’s squad for the Football World Cup. The former Hearts of Oak defender believes the call-up should be strictly performance-based and nothing less. He called the requests to invite Gyan “jokes”, noting that the veteran striker is currently without a club.

“Which team is Asamoah Gyan playing now? Please give me the answer. hen I can also come and play. We put the jokes aside and we get the players back to be serious.God will bless you if you’re serious.If you are not serious, God will not bless you,” said Armah Senegal  as quoted by Ghanaweb.

“We have to stop making noise and stop  politics in football. Football is not politics. It is a game of passion.We should not envy the players who perform, but  rather invite those who perform in their different leagues.In the final team, some will survive and others will be eliminated.

He added, “I am not certain things. I want to tell those who are talking about it that football is based on your performance. We will use your undertaking to call you before you play the national team.” The players they nominated to come back to the Black Stars, how many league games did they play?What team are they playing now? 

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They’re joking.To be able to play football, your performance must be good.You need to perform at  club level.This will create the possibility for you to be called.They only joke and gossip. That’s what I can say.

In August, Gyan became acquainted with the information after his interview with the BBC, in which he compared his viable go back to that of Roger Milla. The latter retired to play for Cameroon in the 1994 Football World Cup. The 36-year-old was a regular fixture in the Black Stars for almost two decades, making his international debut in 2003. However, he hasn’t played for the national team since taking part in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Egypt.

For the past three years, Gyan has struggled with minor injuries while his time with Ghanaian Premier League side Legon Cities hasn’t gone to plan. Despite his inactivity, he insists he hasn’t retired and has opened his doors to a return to the Black Stars ahead of the Football World Cup in Qatar.

Cameroon’s Football World Cup Schedule

Group G

🇧🇷 Brazil, 🇷🇸 Serbia, 🇨🇭 Switzerland, 🇨🇲 Cameroon

Cameroon will play their FIFA World Cup opener against Switzerland on 24th November. They will be keen to collect all 3 points before facing Brazil and Serbia in the next two games.

All times are in GMT:

Cameroon vs. Switzerland, 24th November 10:00 am, Al Janoub

Brazil vs. Serbia, 24th November, 7:00 pm, Lusail Stadium  

Cameroon vs. Serbia, 28th November, 10:00 am, Al Janoub

Switzerland vs. Brazil, 28th November, 4:00 pm, Stadium 974

Cameroon vs. Brazil, 2nd December, 7:00 pm, Lusail Stadium

Switzerland vs. Serbia, 2nd December, 7:00 pm, Stadium 974

Every team will play against each other once in the same group, and the top two teams will qualify for Round 16.

Serbia Football World Cup Schedule

The FIFA World Cup is on the horizon. It will take place on November 20 in Qatar.We have already passed the international break in September, and the next stop is Qatar.We bring you our calendar in this episode with the program of the Football World Cup in Serbia in 2022.

Serbia’s journey ended in the group stage of the Football World Cup in 2018.They lost 12 to Switzerland and 2 to Brazil to finish 3rd.They will meet these two opponents again in the Football World Cup.Can they get the better of familiar foes during this tenure? Serbia will play in Group G of the FIFA World Cup.

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Group G  🇧🇷 Brazil, 🇷🇸 Serbia, 🇨🇭 Switzerland, 🇨🇲 Cameroon

Serbia will play in the Football  World Cup opener against Brazil on November 24. They will want to score all three points against Cameroon before facing Switzerland in a crucial game.

All times are in GMT:

Serbia vs. Brazil, 24th November, 7:00 pm, Lusail Stadium  

Serbia vs. Cameroon, 28th November, 10:00 am, Al Janoub

Serbia vs. Switzerland, 2nd December, 7:00 pm, Stadium 974

Every team will play against each other once in the same group, and the top two teams will qualify for Round 16. Who could be Serbia’s Opponent in the Round of 16? Group G teams will play Group H in the Round of 16. Hence, Serbia’s Round-of-16 opponent could be Portugal, Uruguay, Ghana, or Korea.

G1 vs. H2

H1 vs. G2

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