Former Cameroon coach Javier Clemente has claimed that it is easier to work at his current post in Libya than with the Indomitable Lions with whom he spent one year before being dismissed in October 2011.
The 63-year-old manager, who led the local Mediterranean Knights to the 2014 African Nations Championship in South Africa, said he enjoys the free hand to select his players and squads in Libya unlike in Cameroon.
“I have coached a number of national teams including Spain, Serbia and now in Libya, my worse experience was in Cameroon,” Clemente said.
“In Cameroon, the politicians and officials from the sports ministry won’t let you do your work. They would pull out the names of players I have selected for a match and bring on other names.”