VALENCIENNES, France – The head of women's football in Africa wants Cameroon punished for the behavior of players in their defeat at the Women's World Cup against England.
The Cameroonian national team leaned towards England with a 3-0 defeat by VAR on Sunday's Round of 16. After the match, Alain Djeumfa, the Cameroonian coach, accused those responsible of a "miscarriage of justice".
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Isha Johansen, who sits on the Executive Committee of the African Football Confederation and is President of the Women's Football Association, is "proud of our African women's teams" in the tournament.
But Johansen believes that the game "has not only had a negative effect on African women's football but on all African football" and wants punishment to be imposed.
"It's an issue that is addressed and addressed by the appropriate leadership levels," she added on Monday.
According to the Sierra Leone official, the CAF should take action, even if FIFA does not prosecute the Cameroonian team.
times on the field, ther He was at least a prominent advocate of irritated behavior: the head of the FIFA administration.
FIFA General Secretary Fatma Samoura tweeted that the Cameroonian players inspired many young girls with passionate and talented on-field play that has made your fans proud and your country is proud of you.
The view of the Confederation of African Football was very different. However, Samoura supported the behavior of players who openly undermined the authority of referee Quin Liang by forcing delays to restart when they banded together to protest against the gates of England. The 1
Rather than immediately resuming the game after the gate, all Cameroonians gathered in a group and talked for a few minutes before finally kicking off.
Cameroon's players were upset again at the start of the second half when Ajara Nchout's goal was rejected due to another VAR offside position. Cameroon's players came to the line of contact and were visibly upset, and the game was temporarily interrupted again.
Tom Hamilton and The Associated Press of ESPN contributed to this report.