By Jude Fuhnwi
The Indomitable Lions are in camp in Yaoundé ahead of the 2014 World cup qualifier matches.
The team returned to the Country on Monday, June 03 and after a day of rest, are back on the field in preparation of their crucial world cup qualifier match against, bottom placed Togo, billed for Lome on June 09.
The day of rest was granted by the new coach Volker Finke to enable the players recover not only from the friendly encounter against Ukraine but also from the long perilous journey from Kiev to Yaoundé via Paris.
The Lions are preparing for two upcoming crucial matches counting for the qualifiers for the 2014 World Cup to take place in Brazil.
The first of the two matches will be on Sunday, June 9 in Lome against the Hawks of Togo while the second will be on June 16 against the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Lions are resident at the Mont Febe hotel in Yaoundé and training is taking place at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium in Omnisport because the CAF Excellence Centre in Mbankomo has been occupied by the Central African Republic Team which is expected to play their own World Cup qualifying match against South Africa on Saturday in Yaoundé owing to security concerns in that neighboring country.
The Lions will leave for Lome-Togo on the eve of the encounter on Saturday June 8 by a special flight and return to the country immediately after the encounter to continue preparations for the next match against D.R Congo.