‘Onana’ announces her retirement to watch the witch doctor’s pole

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Only 26 for Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana, who has decided to retire from international duty, Onana played

for Cameroon in their opening World Cup game against Switzerland Before being dropped for the game against Serbia after a tactical dispute with the team’s manager Ricober Song, the

26-year-old left Qatar to return home before the tournament. And was not involved in the final game of the group

stage, Onana has now confirmed via social media. His media said he had decided to retire from national team service.

“It all happened in Ngol Ngog, a small village where my family conveyed to me what it was like to be a Cameroonian from a very young age. I understand that my love for this country never ends. And that will never change,” Onana posted.  The UFABET report

“I remember how my family used to watch the games. Only Cameroonians can understand what it means to see the national team play

. Over a long period of time, countless journeys and great perseverance, I can proudly say that I have fulfilled my dream.”

“But every story, no matter how beautiful, must come to an end. And my story with the Cameroon national team came to an end

. Like the love I have for the national team. and with our people who have supported us no matter how difficult the times are.”

“My feelings will not change. My Cameroonian spirit will continue to pump wherever I go. and I will make the Cameroonian flag fly as high as possible.

“I will continue to support the fans, like 27 million Cameroonians at every match. I can only thank those who have the confidence and belief that I can help the team


He played 34 games and won the Cameroonian Player of the Year award in 2018.