Onana will not represent Cameroon National team

Onana will not represent Cameroon National team

Andre Onana will not represent Cameroon National team, however, he will continue to support for his country. The Inter Milan keeper has not been on good terms with the National team since the World Cup. After the Cameroon head coach decided to remove him from his team in the World Cup, Onana came back to Inter to continue his practice. He has now decided that he will no longer play international football, and will focus on the club level. However, his support for the National team will not faint.

The former Ajax keeper had a disagreement with the head coach of Cameroon. There was a dispute regarding the style of play of Onana. Rigobert Song wanted Cameroon to play more directly, and he ordered Andre Onana to play more long balls. The keeper disagreed with the coach, as he wanted to keep the possession by playing out from the back. Onana was making short passes to the defenders, to help the team in keeping the ball. While Song had different ideas and did not want to take many risks near the box.

Onana will not represent Cameroon

Onana will not represent Cameroon as he retires from international football

The Nerazzurri keeper had to come back in the middle of the World Cup because of a small disagreement. His national team failed to clear the group stage and missed Onana in crucial games. The former Ajax keeper only played in the first game against Switzerland. He was then replaced for the game against Serbia after the disagreement. The Nerazzurri keeper flew back to Italy before the third game. However, removing a world-class keeper like Onana over a small dispute was over the top, as he was one of the best players on the team.

Andre Onana remembered his time in Cameroon when he was small and used to watch Cameroon play. The Barcelona youth product was keen to wear the Cameroon jersey since then, and he managed to earn 35 international caps.

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