The former captain of the indomitable lions has said he has no plans of playing the upcoming AFCON.
He made the revelation in an interview with France Football "No no no, I stopped in 2014" Etoo said.
According to the Cameroonian professional, the younger generation needs to be given a chance "a new generation has resurfaced. They won the last AFCON. They can shine without me. I will be with them, give them advice, but I will not take the place of a young player that has dreams of giving Cameroon a trophy" the 37-year old said.
Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
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