Cameroonians around the world are hoping that their national football team, The Indomitable Lions, live up to their name and play some indomitable football in the coming weeks.
Among the team’s biggest fans? His Excellency, Joseph Bienvenu Charles Foe-Atangana, Ambassador of Cameroon to the United States. We recently visited the Ambassador, who shared his excitement on the upcoming games, and his best wishes to the team:
“I am delighted that our team has been placed in Group A with Mexico, Brazil, and Croatia. We are very proud of our players as they will make their 7th appearance in the World Cup,” the Ambassador said. “Football has become a sport of our culture.”
The Indomitable Lions make their World Cup 2014 debut the tournament against Mexico on June 13 at Arena das Dunas in Natal, followed by matches against Croatia on June 18, and Brazil on June 22.
Will Cameroon’s dreams be dashed before the end of group play? Or will they stun favorites Brazil…and the world? See for yourself by following the latest World Cup news here at VOAFootball.com, and on Facebook and Twitter.