Hugo Broos believes his Cameroon job is safe despite World Cup failure

Hugo Broos believes his Cameroon job is safe despite World Cup failure
Cameroon head coach Hugo Broos

by Phumzile Ngcatshe

Wednesday Sep 06, 2017. 12:30

Despite Cameroon's huge failure to qualify for 2018 FIFA World Cup, coach Hugo Broos remains optimistic that he can continue to lead the Indomitable Lions.

Cameroon's most recent world cup qualifying matches saw them lose 4-0 and draw 1-1 against Nigeria's Super Eagles, results which spelled an end to their World Cup aspirations.

Still, the Belgium-born coach insists he will not lose his job and his mission is to retain their CAF African Cup of Nations trophy.

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"There's no-one in life who achieves all his goals, but it's a disappointment," said Broos to the BBC website.

"I want to stay with Cameroon. I have ambitions - one of which is to win a second Nations Cup, in 2019 in Cameroon.

"I have never resigned. I am not someone who runs away when things go badly."



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