Canada Global (Web News) Andre Onana, who usually starts for Cameroon, was expelled from the World Cup in Qatar for misconduct following an argument with the team’s coach, Rigobert Song.
The Cameroon football association announced in a statement on Tuesday that the 26-year-old had been “temporarily suspended” from the team. The rest of the competition will be affected by the suspension.
The federation announced that it has scheduled a trip for Onana to return to Milan, where the goaltender competes for Inter Milan.
In a statement, Onana also made reference to their dispute over the team’s tactics, which had caused him to be benched for Cameroon’s 3-3 draw with Serbia on Monday.
In an effort to stay a member of the squad, Onana claimed he had made efforts to find solutions.
Onana stated, “I have devoted all of my time and effort to finding solutions to a problem that a footballer frequently faces, but there has been no will on the other side. “Some situations are hard to take in,”
Onana participated in Cameroon’s 1-0 loss to Switzerland in their World Cup opener, but he was benched for the Serbia match and did not travel to Al Janoub Stadium with the rest of the team. Cameroon rallied from a 3-1 deficit to tie the game 3-3.