Cameroon’s sports minister has called for Clarence Seedorf to be released as CT. “He’s not fit for this job.”
Seedorf led Cameroon to only the last 16 of the Africa Cup of Nations, where they were beaten 3-2 by Nigeria.
That promoted Narcise Mouelle Kombi to lash out at the former Milan man for his poor management of the Indomitable Lions.
“The question of keeping Seedorf at the helm of our national team is there for all to see,” he told CRTV.
“I don’t believe, based on all the circumstances that have been created, we will find an answer in terms of his renewal.
“Him staying seems problematic to me. I asked the President of the FA to notify him in accordance with the provisions of his contract.
“Our national team played in an inefficient, monotonous and predictable way. There was no real leader in the squad.
“Our exit from the Africa Cup of Nations in the last 16 confirmed the Coach’s inability to build a winning team.
“He’s shown great difficulty in managing the squad and imposing order and discipline. He’s not fit for this job.”
The Dutchman went down as one of the most decorated players in his country’s history when he retired from professional football in 2014.
However, the 43-year-old seems set to lose a coaching role for already the fourth time after failed spells with Milan, Shenzhen and Deportivo La Coruna.