By Etienne Mengjo Mainimo
Supporters and fans of the national team are still under the effect of the elimination of their national team from the ongoing African Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea.
Their 0-1 defeat suffered in the hands of the Elephants of Ivory Coast have in one way or the other caused Cameroonians to lose hope in their darling team with some promising not to watch the games again.
While some still think that the lions that were still in the construction phase and will do better in subsequent competitions, some are suggesting the return of the old forks of the team like Alexandra Song B and Assou Ekotto in the squad.
Some fans along the streets of Yaoundé as well as other parts of the national territory expressed their disappointment at the sidelining of the striker Clinton Njie until the last 20 minutes of the last game.
Though the did has been done, Cameroonians who all have become coaches and football analysts think the coach and the administration of the team should be called to order.
The indomitable lions of Cameroon failed to qualify for the second round in 1996 in South Africa.
Ivory Coast and Guinea qualified from Group D for the quarter finals which starts on the 31st of January 2015.