Cameroon Football Federation (FCF) reduce sanctions suspension for striker Samuel Eto'o. Eto'o who originally sanctioned suspension 15 games, now only will miss the four competitive matches before August.
Reduction of the penalty decision was taken on Saturday (07/01/2012). According to Reuters, FCF reduced sentence because of request Cameroon President, Paul Biya.
Eto'o imposed sanctions were suspended 15 games on December 16 last, as it is considered to be the brain behind the actions of the players refused to appear in a friendly against Algeria, November.
Before today's match against Algeria, Cameroon national team diving two friendly matches in Morocco and promised bonuses. They refused to go to Algeria, because the bonus was not paid.
Upon cancellation of the game, the tickets are already sold more than 40,000 pieces, the FCF to pay compensation amounting to 500 thousand dollars to the Algerian Football Federation.
Midfielder Eyong Enoh, also got a reduction in sanctions, into one game, namely in the first leg African Nations Cup qualifier in 2013, next February.
In addition, financial penalties amounting to U.S. $ 2,000 imposed on defender Benoit Assou-Ekotto as not present at the two friendly matches in Morocco, was also canceled.