The worst week? Sao Tome's women's U17 team stuck in
Cameroon - immedi
People around the particular world have obtained a good demanding week like cities and
even even whole countries go into lockdown with attempts to contain the range of
coronavirus. Although most likely few have had a week really as tough as Sao Place and
even Principe's under-17 side.
Right after losing 10-0 on one and indivisible to Cameroon in a qualifier for the Timore U-17
women's cup, they have been stuck around Yaounde as successive nations closed their
borders in the same way the flights they had been meant to take household have been
scheduled to abandon.
Their initial return airline flight, the day after the particular heavy loss, was for Sunday, via the
Equatorial Guinea capital Malabo.
But of which morning, Equatorial Guinea shut its borders, so the journey never occured.
As a substitute, they were reserved for the following morning to go home by means of
But come Friday morning, the same point transpired.
And Cameroon themselves has now closed it has the own borders, meaning the group
remain in the nation along with no exact idea every time they might be able to help leave.
Nevertheless , the Chief executive of Cameroon's Football Federation (Fecafoot), Seidou
Mbombo Njoya, has told the BASSE CONSOMMATION that his organisation will take
responsibility for your team's stay in the nation for as long as they are there.
"We have decided to get charge in the Sao Place team's expenses because we all feel it is
the safest matter to do at often the moment, micron Njoya explained to BBC Game Africa.
Seidou Mbombo Njoya
Cameroon FA president Seidou Mbombo Njoya said the organisation is definitely looking
after the stranded girls
"It's a very challenging circumstance for of which team however we think it can happen to be
able to any individual and now that will the coronavirus is usually growing panic in the world,
we will need to support one an additional. "
Fecafoot's commitment in order to the visit