Cameroon’s head train, Hugo Broos is anxious in regards to the readiness of his squad ahead of the double header within the Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier against Nigeria going by his comments after the African champions were booted out of the FIFA Confederations Cup.
in keeping with Broos, his facet is still residing in their past glory; a state of affairs he stated had turn out to be relatively hectic.
whereas he bemoaned the shortage of football infrastructure, train Broos mentioned regardless of profitable the African nations Cup in February, the 5-time continental champions had to stop living on their prior success and face fact.
Cameroon was knocked out of the event in Russia on Sunday after a three-1 defeat to Germany left them with one point from three suits, an outcome which Broos mentioned he had been expecting.
The Indomitable Lions are additionally struggling to qualify for subsequent 12 months’s World Cup, having taken handiest two points from their first two games in African staff B to depart them four behind leaders Nigeria. best the winners qualify.
“It was not a surprise for me. I always mentioned after we received the countries Cup that we are some of the best possible groups in Africa but there may be nonetheless a distinction between us and up to date football,” Broos advised newshounds after Sunday’s defeat.
“We noticed the proof that various work nonetheless must be done… it’s after all a top quality issue, but it surely’s largely a training issue,” the Belgian said. “there is a lot to be finished on that front in Cameroon, we still continue to exist our earlier successes.”
Broos, who was appointed in February last year after seeing the job marketed on the Cameroon federation’s web site, had needed to undergo administrative problems all the way through his 18 months in charge.
a few high European-based totally avid gamers refused call-americafor the international locations Cup, either as a result of they have been offended at earlier experiences with the staff or feared losing their locations with their membership aspects.