Song back from the brink after stroke

Former Cameroon captain Rigobert Song is fit again after a narrow brush with death when suffering a stroke in early October, he explained in an interview published by French daily L’Equipe on Saturday. “I’m back from the brink,” the former Liverpool and West Ham defender who led Cameroon to back-to-back African Cup of Nations declared.

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Eto´o facing 10 years in jail

Spanish prosecutors are believed to be seeking a 10-year prison sentence and a fine of more than €18million for Samuel Eto’o over alleged tax fraud. According to reports in EFE and El Pais, the ex-Cameroon international and his former adviser Josep Maria Mesalles are accused of defrauding the state of €3.8million from 2006 to 2009,

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M´bia set to follow Gervinho to Hebei

Cameroon captain Stephane M’Bia is set to become the latest player to move to China this month, after announcing he has joined Hebei China Fortune. The Super League has proven to be the top-spending major league so far in January after a number of high-profile transfers were completed within the last week. Ramires left Chelsea

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Ngah,Zock out of Cameroon Chan squad

Cameroonian central defender Ronald Ngah and holding midfielder Christian Zock have been ruled out of the upcoming Chan 2016 set for January 16-February 7 in Rwanda due to injury. Ngah has a recurring hamstring injury from pre-tournament training last Decemberin Yaounde that was expected to heal by mid-January but it got worse in the friendly

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