Sunday Mar 11, 2018. 11:30
The Cameroonian Football Federation (FECAFOOT) has started a process of finding a new head coach for its senior national team.
The federation parted ways with Belgian coach Hugo Broos late last year. The 65-year-old guided Cameroon to the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) title in Gabon.
However, Broos was fired by FECAFOOT after the Indomitable Lions failed to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Cameroon are set to host the 2019 AFCON finals and they will be looking defend their title on home ground.
The federation released the following on Friday:
FECAFOOT say that candidates seeking to fill the vacant post must satisfy the following conditions.
Holds a national or foreign trainer diploma obtained as a result of coaching (Federal License A, CAF License, UEFA License, Professional License or any other equivalent recognised diploma);
Must be of good character.
Must be physically fit and in obvious good health.
Must have a good experience at top professional clubs or national team.
Must have a good record (national or international titles won as a player or club coach or national coach.)
A good knowledge of African football.
Be willing to reside permanently in Cameroon during the duration of the contract.
Have a good knowledge of computer tools (Word, Powerpoint, Excel software etc.)
Have a great capacity for adaptation and ability to work in a team.
Have a perfect command of the French or English language.
Have a good contact in the professional football community.