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Cameroon 2004/06 Training kit Medium BNWT

Cameroon 2004/06 Training kit Medium BNWT

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This training top is in excellent condition, Brand New With Tags. It was used for the 3 years in a row by the ''The Indomitable Lions''. The size is Medium and it was manufactured by Puma.

Cameroon's national team is one of the most successful in African football history. They were the first African team to reach the quarterfinals of the FIFA World Cup in 1990, a feat they achieved under the guidance of legendary coach Claude Le Roy and with players like Roger Milla.

Here's an analysis of the performance of the Cameroon national football team for the years 2004, 2005, and 2006:


  • African Cup of Nations:
    • Participated in the tournament held in Tunisia.
    • Advanced to the quarterfinals.
    • Eliminated after losing to Nigeria in the quarterfinals.


  • World Cup Qualification:
    • Competed in the qualification rounds for the FIFA World Cup.
    • Finished third in their qualification group.
    • Failed to qualify for the World Cup held in Germany.


  • African Cup of Nations:
    • Competed in the tournament held in Egypt.
    • Advanced to the quarterfinals.
    • Eliminated after losing to the Ivory Coast in the quarterfinals.

Some of these players included:

  1. Samuel Eto'o: A prolific striker and captain of the team during this period, Eto'o was one of Cameroon's most influential players. He played a vital role in leading the team's attack and was known for his speed, agility, and goal-scoring prowess.

  2. Rigobert Song: A seasoned defender and former captain of the team, Song provided leadership and stability in Cameroon's defense. He was known for his tenacity, aerial ability, and experience at the international level.

  3. Geremi Njitap: A versatile midfielder who could play in various positions across the midfield, Geremi was known for his technical skills, passing range, and set-piece expertise. He often served as a key playmaker for Cameroon.

  4. Carlos Kameni: As a goalkeeper, Kameni was a crucial figure in Cameroon's squad. He showcased excellent shot-stopping abilities and played an important role in organizing the defense.

  5. Jean Makoun: Makoun was a versatile midfielder who could operate in various roles in midfield. His experience playing in top European leagues added quality and depth to Olympiacos' midfield options.

Cameroon's national team has often sported striking and memorable jerseys, including the famous sleeveless kit they wore during the 2002 FIFA World Cup, which drew attention and controversy but also became iconic.

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