Cameroon punished 62 footballers for age fraud

It is not a few countries in Africa that are facing this problem. Counterfeiting documents about players is an issue that seems to be trying to “war”. The Cameroon federation suspended the activity of 62 football players for fraud related to their age, including Wilfrid Nathan Duala. Victoria United’s midfielder had been selected for the National Team in the last National Cup and was now suspended, due to double identity, as he claimed to be 17 years old, while on the look of… 30 fugitives! As the Actu Cameroun reports, the country’s football Federation described as ineligible for the national league’s play-offs as specific players. La Fédération camerounaise a écarté 62 joueurs pour fraude sur l’âge, parmi lesquels figure Wilfried Nathan Douala, milieu de terrain de Victoria United qui avité sélectionné avec les Lions indomptable lors de la dernière CAN ! Ces 62 joueurs, y compris Doouala, ont été… — Foot Mercato (@footmercato) OFFICIEL ! Wilfried Nathan Douala (Victoria United) est sélectionné la Coupe d’Afrique des Nations. — AllezLesLesLions (@AllezLesLions) Charges for cheating and falsifying age data are regularly formulated in several events involving countries from Africa, overshadowing successes in youth tournaments.

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