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Seedorf Will Be On The Right Track With Cameroon

Clarence Seedorf was appointed by Cameroon in 4th August and it seems like a decision taken majorly by status and not by on-field factors. The 42-year-old did enjoy the football career that most of his peers envied about. He won 4 Champions League titles in addition to 5 major leagues. Many people talked about his lack of experience in the African game could make it a risky choice as Cameroon’s coach. Without Arnaud Djoum and Sebastien Siani, two of many high profile champions cut from the team. Choupo Moting did catch the eye in the forward line and Karl Toko Ekambi battled in replacement for Vincent Aboubakar who was injured. Ekambi has 3 goals in previous 4 seasons for FC Porto.

The team selections have also raised many questions as Seedorf redeemed his previous mistake to begin Gaetan Bong before Ambroise Oyongo by bringing the latter later on. It was Oyongo from Montpellier who ultimately offered assistance for the equalizer of Bahoken, while Bong did tolerate a tough time. He represented a sensitive presence during pressure and offered not much going forward. Cameroon’s performance was a reminder of how the coach should have made efforts to recall some of the best stars of the squad. Ultimately, Seedorf was impressed with the way things turned out and shared his views.
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Clarence Seedorf Cannot Save Deportivo

Clarence Seedorf, who was appointed to try and salvage the situation at La Liga side Deportivo La Coruna, would not be able to make considerable difference as the season draws to a close.

Deportivo continued their poor run, losing 2-0 at Girona and further compounding their woes in the Spanish top flight. With about ten games left, relegation is staring at the club in the face and there is nothing the AC Milan legend can do. Read more »

CLARENCE SEEDORF TO RETURN TO COACHING

AC Milan legend Clarence Seedorf is set to return to football management as per reports. The retired football star has had two attempts at management but he is set to have another go as talks are underway.

The former Netherlands international featured for Ajax, Real Madrid and AC Milan, having an illustrious career with four Champions League titles. After obtaining his badges, he got the opportunity to manage the struggling Milan side. He was sacked after only four months in a disastrous spell.
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