FINALLY THE COURT OF ARBITRATION VALIDATES SAMUEL ETO’O  AS CAF PRESIDENT AND STOPS PROCEDURE

FINALLY THE COURT OF ARBITRATION VALIDATES SAMUEL ETO’O AS CAF PRESIDENT AND STOPS PROCEDURE

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June 9, 2022 0

FINALLY THE COURT OF ARBITRATION VALIDATES SAMUEL ETO’O AS CAF PRESIDENT AND STOPS PROCEDURE

A correspondence from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to the Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) dated Wednesday, June 8, 2022 informs in this sense.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ratifies the settlement agreement between the Cameroon Football Federation and a part of the 2009 General Assembly. Indeed, this is at least what says a correspondence from CAS to Fecafoot this Wednesday, June 8, 2022.

Moreover, the CAS grants Fecafoot until June 22, 2022 to pay the arbitration fees, which amount to 14,000 Swiss Francs, or 8,768,950 FCFA. To put it simply, CAS validates the “cessation of the pending procedure” between Fecafoot and the General Assembly of 2009. Many sports analysts in our landerneau believe that this is partly a victory for Samuel Eto’o.

Georges Rim
“Both parties accept a “bad settlement” rather than a “good trial”. Samuel has just achieved a great success, because 2009 with this procedure was a big rock in his shoe. I’m not an expert in law, but here’s the gist of what it means,” says a colleague. While waiting for June 30, the date when the CAS will make its decision on the case AG 2009 against Fécafoot, it is possible to get an idea of what this sentence will be by reading the letter.

“However, I refrain from being euphoric but I can not help but repeat that Samuel Eto’o Son has demonstrated that there was the possibility of managing other than the way used by his predecessors, all the legal proceedings under which the Cameroonian soccer federation was crumbling. Not to recognize this is just witchcraft in broad daylight. Except that, wizards, there will always be to find fault, “said sports analyst Georges Rim.

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