After unveiling a pre-selection of 34 players selected to prepare the 2019 CAN (21 June-19 July) last Friday, Cameroon coach Clarence Seedorf decided to review his plans. This Wednesday, the Cameroonian Federation announced the arrival of three additional players called in reinforcements, including two new ones.
Key element of the central defense of Brest who has just validated his rise in League 1, Jean Charles Castelletto (24 years) and celebrates his return a year and a half after his only cape. He is accompanied by winger of Reims, Tristan Dingomé (28 years), called for the first time. We finally find the playmaker Steve Régis Mvoué (17 years, photo), who just won the CAN U17 with Cameroon in closing best player of the competition and who will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with Lions A.
Three new players join the #LionsIndomptables for the preparation of the Egyptian CAN 2019:
Jean Charles Castelletto (Brest-France)
Tristan Dingome (Reims-France)
Steve Regis Mvoue (Azur Star - Cameroon).@CAF_Online @MbomboSeidou @caf_online_FR pic.twitter.com/Wiz3wMh5jv
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