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Manchester United goalkeeper André Onana has been dropped from the starting line-up for Cameroon’s Africa Cup of Nations Group C decider against Gambia. Onana arrived late for the match, missing Cameroon’s opening game and making errors in their second match against Senegal. The decision to drop Onana from such a crucial fixture adds to the troubled international career of the 27-year-old goalkeeper, who had previously opted not to represent Cameroon in the 2017 AFCON and was dropped during the 2022 World Cup. Despite these challenges, Onana has returned to the international fold after a retirement from international football in 2023.

Summery :

– Manchester United goalkeeper André Onana was dropped from Cameroon’s starting line-up for their Africa Cup of Nations Group C decider against Gambia
– Cameroon won 3-2 in a dramatic finale and advanced to the round of 16
– Onana missed the opening group game and arrived late for the second game, where he made errors leading to goals
– Reports in the Cameroonian media that Onana would be dropped by head coach Rigobert Song were realized, and his cousin Fabrice Ondoa was named the starting goalkeeper
– Onana’s troubled international career includes opting out of representing Cameroon at the 2017 AFCON, being dropped in the 2022 World Cup, and retiring from international football in 2023 before returning in December.

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