By Ngain Steve Jordan, In Yaounde

Former Indomitable Lions striker, Patrick Mboma wants to be Head Coach of Cameroon’s football team.

The former Cameroon international confirmed this on Monday, on a show via Canal + International.

“On July 27th, I discreetly put my candidacy,” said Mboma. Cameroon, eighth finalist of the last AFCON in Egypt, is on a hunt for a coach since the departure of the Dutch duo Clarence Seedorf and Patrick Kluivert.

Mboma, winner of the AFCON 2000 and 2002, has never hidden his intentions to become coach of the Indomitable Lions. He has graduated from coaching school and has also coached the Paris FC U19 football team.

The national selection has been without a manager since the dismissal of Clarence Seedorf and his assistant Patrick Kluivert after the early exit of Cameroon in the 32nd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

It becomes essential for the country of Roger Milla to find a coach in a timely manner, especially since it is due to host the Africa Nations Cup.

The former Paris Saint Germain striker who retired from professional football since 2005, is eyeing the AFCON scheduled for Cameroon in 2021.

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