Marc Brys signs 2-year contract with Cameroon’s national football team

Belgian born Marc Brys has officially signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with the Cameroon national football team, the indomitable lions.

The contract was signed on Monday at the Ministry of Sports and Physical Education, supervised by Minister Professor Narcisse Mouelle Kombi.

Although Fecafoot President Samuel Eto’o could not attend the ceremony due to family obligations and late notification, the deal was finalized after hours of deliberation with the minister and other members in attendance, like the newly appointed Coordinator of the national team Benjamin Didier Banlock, medical doctor William Ngachu, and other deputies.

In addition to Brys as head coach, other key members of the national team include assistant coach Joachim Mununga, first assistant coach Omam Biyik, second assistant coach Ashu Cyprain Bessong, national team coordinator Benjamin Banlock, physical trainer Christophe Manouvrier, medical officer Ngatchou Njomo, team manager Dany Nounkeu, team press officer Germain Noël Essengue, and
goalkeeper coach Aliuom Boukar, a two-time AFCON-winning goalkeeper who also served as goalkeeper trainer in 2017.

During the installation ceremony, the minister emphasized the importance of ensuring a competent and effective team is in place to guide the Indomitable Lions to victory, following their dismal performance in the most recent AFCON.

As a new appointee approved by the government, despite opposition from the Cameroon football federation, Brys will be put to the test in June when Cameroon faces Cape Verde and Angola in the 2026 World Cup Qualifiers.

Source: Cameroon News Agency