Cameroon national team finally decided to give the sanction of prohibition seven games for the defending national team striker Samuel Eto'o. The verdict handed down after the Cameroon Football Association (Fecafoot) hold a hearing which was also attended Eto'o on Wednesday (14/12).
On hearing this, not only Eto'o who received sanctions. Ajax Amsterdam midfielder Eyong Enoh also sentenced to as many as four games. Even with the Tottenham Hotspur defender Benoit Assou-Ekoto with a three match ban.
For the case of Eto'o and Enoh, both are punished due to a boycott ahead of the game vs. Algeria, 15 November. Both players were protesting the payment of bonuses that will not be given Cameroon after winning the LG Cup in Morocco.
In contrast to that experienced by Eto'o and Enoh, Assou-Ekoto accept the ban as a result refused to defend Cameroon in several international matches.