Former Cameroon coach, Jean Paul Akono has criticized the approach by sport decision makers of the country to replace him saying that administratively it was poorly done.
The coach who is gradually recovering from a cardiac attack was speaking in an interview granted at the Fouda clinic in Yaounde.
For Akono, it was not necessary to appoint a new coach considering that his assistant Ntoungou Mpile could properly take care of the national team in his absence. He pointed out that he remains the coach of Cameroon until further notice.
Meanwhile, Akono has expressed the desire to be sent abroad for treatment.
It should be noted that the appointment of Volker Finke at the helm of the Indomitable Lions was made official, Thursday May 30 when the decision was signed May 24.