Tuesday Nov 21, 2017. 10:30
Cameroon coach Hugo Broos has revealed that the Federation of Cameroonian Football has not offered him a new contract as he signals his intention to quit.
The Belgian manager says he will vacate his coaching position in February when he meets the FECAFOOT hierarchy.
Media reports in Europe reveal that Broos has threatened to quit and will not accept the new 18-month contract offered to him through a verbal agreement in May.
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Broos says he has been asking for the new document to sign officially, but the normalisation committee has never answered him.
“Since May nobody has ever came to my home nor summoned me to Younde to propose me sign a new contract. I have several times asked where the file is but no one answers me,” he said to Juene Afrique.
“If nothing moves, I will officially announce my departure. I cannot give you the date of my resignation but it will come very soon. I am a professional and I want to find out first where I am going first.
“I cannot afford to wait until the new president is elected. Imagine that once in office he says: We don't want to work with Hugo Broos anymore. Do you understand why I am bitter?.”
Meanwhile, the African Cup of Nations winning coach is reportedly owed four months salary by the government, but he says it is not the reason he is planning to resign.