Cameroon Brimming with Confidence Ahead of World Cup
Cameroon is an emerging nation in the women’s game in Africa. Les Lionnes qualified for the Olympics for the first time in 2012, and followed that up by reaching the final of the 2014 African Women’s Championship for only the second time. Enow Ngachu is one of the most experienced managers in women’s soccer, and he’s constructed a team built upon a foundation of defensive stability and organization. There is a growing sense of belief on confidence within the Cameroonian camp based on their results the past few years, and they are eager to make a splash in their World Cup debut this summer.