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Oyongo Bitolo urges unity amidst tensions between Fecafoot and Ministry of Sports

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The Cameroonian Football Federation (Fecafoot) and the Ministry of Sports (Minsep), Montpellier defender Oyongo Bitolo has spoken out, calling for an end to the conflict for the sake of the players and the nation’s footballing future.

Following in the footsteps of Mimou Ngamaleu, who recently expressed his concerns, Oyongo Bitolo took to Instagram to voice his frustration and appeal for unity.

“Is this war really necessary?” the seasoned defender questioned, emphasizing the adverse impact of the ongoing dispute on the players.

“The ones who suffer are the actors, the players,” Bitolo continued. “Just realize the seriousness of things.”

His comments highlight the detrimental effects of the feud, which he believes distracts from the primary objective of preparing for upcoming crucial matches against Cape Verde and Angola.

Oyongo Bitolo stressed that the players would unfairly bear the brunt of any poor results if the current discord continues.

He urged the conflicting parties to create an environment conducive to success, allowing the team to focus on their performance on the field.

“Everyone should put their ego aside,” Bitolo appealed. “Fight in the offices, leave the fields to us.

Our Cameroon to all,” he concluded, encapsulating his message of unity and dedication to national pride.

The ongoing rift between Fecafoot and Minsep has been a point of contention, with both sides entrenched in their positions.

The conflict has cast a shadow over Cameroonian football, with concerns that it could undermine the team’s preparations and morale ahead of significant international fixtures.

As the players prepare for their upcoming encounters, Bitolo’s plea resonates not just within the squad but also with the wider fan base.

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His call for unity is a reminder of the broader goal – to see Cameroon succeed on the international stage.

The national team, known for its resilience and fighting spirit, now faces an additional challenge off the field.

Oyongo Bitolo’s message is clear: for the sake of the sport and the nation, it is time for all involved to put aside their differences and work together for a common goal.

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