Saturday, 23 June 2018

Fire Breaks Out As American Embassy Refuse Visa To Female Military Football Lioness To United State World Cup!

The women’s military selection was due to leave the country last Wednesday to Uncle Sam’s country to take part in the 11th edition of this tournament.


She has not made the trip, and yet the competition started this Friday, June 22, 2018.
Cameroon’s military women’s football team left Army headquarters Friday in Yaounde, where it spent three weeks preparing for the second edition of the Women’s Military World Cup scheduled for this year in the United States. United.

The Cameroonian players have returned to their families, disappointed to have no longer made the trip to the country of Uncle Sam, because of the refusal of the US Embassy in Yaounde, to “issue visas to the Cameroonian delegation, despite the interventions of the Minister of Defense and the Minister of External Relations, “Africa Foot United has learned from an internal source at the ministry.
Fire Breaks Out As American Embassy Refuse Visa To Female Military Football Lioness To United State World Cup!
The Lionesses of the Cameroonian army will no longer take part in the competition, whose kickoff was given this Friday between the United States and South Korea.

South. “I’m not happy. We worked hard to prepare this competition, and at the last minute, we are denied visas, “vituperates a player attached to the phone.

Indeed, on the official site of the tournament, the name of Cameroon, the only African country yet, jumped the Pool B in which he was with France, Brazil, Bahrain and Germany.

This attitude of the United States vis-à-vis athletes is all the more worrying as they have just been appointed co-organizers of the World Cup 2026, with Canada and Mexico.

So, if they are to dismiss the teams qualified to take part in a tournament on their soil, what would happen at the dawn of the world’s first 48 teams?

For the record, the Cameroonian selection took part in the first edition of this Military World Cup in 2016 in France, and was out in the semifinals by Brazil.
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