Libya # Cameroon: To be played without spectators


June, 8 2012

The match counting for the 2nd day of play in Group E of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers (African Zone) between Libya and  Cameroon will be played without spectators. The news was confirmed by FIFA and the Tunisian Football Federation who fear an overflow of  Libyan supporters in Sfax.  However, each team would be allowed a certain number of supporters and officials in the Sunday game.

The match would be played in Tunisia beacuse of the unstable situation in libya after the revolution that toppled Maumar Gadafi last year., citing the team press officer Linus Pascal Fouda, said the team trained  yesterday as expected ,and tha there will be some adjustments from the team that played against the DRC.The coaching staff he said had has tested several combinations that could start on  Sunday against Lybia.


The only health worry is that of Henri Bedimo still under observation.

Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » appearance » Widgets » and move a widget into Advertise Widget Zone