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One All Sports: a World Cup design arises

One All Sports: a World Cup design arises

N Melo
by N Melo
September 20, 2022 0

One All Sports: a World Cup design arises

• Fecafoot is now doing business with One All Sports

• Le Coq Sportif feels its rights have been violated

• Samuel Eto’o Fils and the executive committee are decried

The Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) has never been the subject of so much discussion. Since the arrival of the former footballerSamuel Eto’o Fils at the head of the governing body, the spotlight is more on him. One of the strong decisions taken by Eto’o is the choice of a new equipment supplier, to the detriment of the former collaborator who is Le Coq Sportif.

Cameroonian journalist Boris Bertolt has never walked away from the case. His position is clear. The One All Sports company, whose official design is eagerly awaited, would not have the necessary legitimacy to dislodge Le Coq Sportif. According to him, it would only be a ghost company.

On Tuesday September 20, 2022, the media man again published a text which talks about the case on social networks and of which here is the content. With One All Sports, Fecafoot reproduces the 1994 scam with Miter

The story repeats itself. And this is not the first time that officials at Fecafoot have organized a mafia around an “equipment supplier”.

On the occasion of the 1994 World Cup, this was the case. With the only difference that it was not an offshore company like One All Sports. But rather a balloon manufacturing company based in England called Mitre.

Indeed, in 1994, after several years with Adidas (1988-1992), Fecafoot signed a new partnership with an “equipment supplier” hitherto unknown in the world of football, Mitre. Kind of like One All Sports.

But unlike One All Sports, Miter has been manufacturing balls for all English clubs since 1949 and in 1966 even became the official supplier of the national team. So these are those balloon makers.


Fecafoot officials introduce Cameroonians to a certain Berko, a bit like David Mendelsohn.

At the 1994 World Cup in the United States, Indomitable Lions bib numbers will be written on tape. That of Roger Milla, which was ultimately done by hand with felt.

Result of the races: Cameroon made a poor performance, was beaten by Russia’s Salenko 6 goals to 1 and went out in the first round through the back door. The players had not been paid.

After this World Cup, Miitre and Berko will disappear. We will hear more from them. The money had already been pocketed. It is also the year when the money from the crush remained on the plane between Yaoundé and the United States.

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