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Afcon 2017: Matip Survives Fifa Wrath as Cameroon Unleash Squad

Matip and Nyom celebrate a previous goal for the Indomitable Lions. The duo turned down opportunity to play for the team

Cameroon coach Hugo Broos has avoided a potential club versus country row after choosing to sideline about seven players who had announced their unwillingness to feature for the team in the upcoming AFCON in Gabon.

Liverpool center back Joel Matip is among the stars who shun the team in order to maintain a place in their clubs.

Initial media reports indicated that the Cameroon FA had opted to report the players to FIFA for disciplinary actions but that is now buried after the Belgian coach revealed his final 23.

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Cameroon will play in Group A of the Nations Cup along with hosts Gabon, Burkina Faso and Guinea Bissau.

The rest are West Bromwich Albion’s Allan Nyom, Ajax keeper, André Onana, Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting, Guy Roland Ndy Assembe, Ibrahim Amadou, Maxime Poundjé and André Zambo Anguissa.

Cameroon final 23-man squad:

Goalkeepers: Jules Goda (Ajaccio, France), Fabrice Ondoa (Sevilla, Spain), Georges Bokwe(Coton Sport, Cameroon)

Defenders: Faï Collins (Standard Liège, Belgium), Ernest Mabouka (MSK Zilina, Slovakia), Nicolas Nkoulou (Lyon, France), Michael Ngadeu (Slavia Prague, Czech), Adolph Teikeu (Sochaux, France), Ambroise Oyongo (Impact Montreal, USA), Mohammed Djetei (Tarragone, Spain), Jonathan Ngwen (FC Progresso)

Midfielders: Sébastien Siani (Oostende, Belgium), Franck Boya (Apejes, Cameroon ), Georges Mandjeck (Metz, France), Arnaud Djoum (Hearts, Scotland)

Strikers: Vincent Aboubakar (Besiktas, Turkey), Jacques Zoua (Kaiserslautern, Germany), Benjamin Moukandjo (Lorient, France), Clinton Njie (Olympic Merseille, France), Edgar Salli (Nuremberg, Germany), Christian Bassogog (Aalborg, Denmark), Toko Ekambi (Angers, France), Ndip Tambe (Spartak Trnava, Slovakia).

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