Some of the problems that have been plaguing the Cameroon professional football league LFPC since October, have been resolved in a meeting chaired by the Minister of Sports and Physical Education Bidoung Mpkwatt yesterday November 27, 2018.
The meeting started at 4pm and lasted for about five hours at the sports Minister’s cabinet behind closed doors, and in the end, all parties were satisfied with the outcome of the dialogue.
The issues on the table included the league’s former Secretary-General’s contest of the October decision sending her on retirement, a proposed increase of clubs in Elite one and two championship as well as the league’s calendar of activities for the coming season.
According to the professional league president general Pierre Semengue, the former Secretary General Pauline Therese Manguele would be allowed back into the organisation in another capacity, like consultant in the league, a decision she appreciated.
He also said, a new Secretary General will be appointed as soon as possible and that if funds are not enough, the championship will start with 18 clubs for league One and 16 clubs for league Two.
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