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Toko Ekambi wins Marc-Vivien Foe prize

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Villarreal complete Toko Ekambi signing

Villarreal have completed the signing of Cameroon international Karl Toko Ekambi from Angers, the Spanish side confirmed on Thursday.

The 25-year-old joins the Yellow Submarine on a five-year deal, according to a statement on the club's official website.

The forward was one of the breakout stars in Ligue 1 last season, scoring 17 goals and contributing six assists in 37 top-flight outings as Angers finished 14th.

His goal tally represented 40 percent of Angers' overall haul, as he ended the campaign...

Old head Alexandre Belinga begins to shape new-look Cameroon

Alexandre Belinga may only be holding the reins of the Cameroon national side on an interim basis, but this wise old head of the national game appears keen to reshape the squad as the 2019 African Cup of Nations approaches.

The Central African nation are hosting the event and will also enter as holders after pipping Egypt to the continental crown in Gabon in 2017.

However, a disappointing Confederations Cup campaign, failure to reach the World Cup, and the dismissal of AFCON-winning coach Hugo Broos...

Karl Toko Ekambi wins Marc-Vivien Foe prize

Angers striker Karl Toko Ekambi as been named the best African player in Ligue 1 after winning the Marc-Vivien Foe award on Monday.

The international forward is the first Cameroonian to win the award, which is named after the late Indomitable Lions midfielder who died after collapsing during the Confederations Cup in 2003.

Toko Ekambi netted 17 goals for Angers this season, a whopping 41 percent of their total, and is currently the eighth highest scorer in the French top flight.

The 25-year-old...

African journeyman Henri Michel passes away

Former French international and manager Henri Michel passed away on Tuesday morning at the age of 70.

Michel played 58 times for his country between 1967 and 1980, and later guided the Olympic and senior Les Bleus sides.

He led the Olympic side to the gold medal at the 1984 Games in Los Angeles, beating Brazil 2-0 in the final. Under his guidance the senior side reached the semifinals of the 1986 World Cup before defeat to West Germany.

Michel briefly managed Paris Saint Germain in 1990, but then...

Raymond Domenech, Lothar Matthaus among Cameroon coach applicants

Cameroon have attracted former France coach Raymond Domenech and German World Cup winner Lothar Matthaus among the more than 70 coaches who have applied to lead the African champions.

Other well-known names to apply are Carlos Queiroz, the former Manchester United assistant coach, and Rigobert Song, the ex-Cameroon captain who has been coaching the national development team.

Cameroon are looking for a new coach less than a year before they defend their African Nations Cup title as tournament hosts.

Belgium's...