UKFF’s Orobator To Manage Cameroon in UK African Nations Cup 2013

by Mystical Mike

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

UKFF’s Director of Football Ewemade Orobator has been given the “incredible honour” of managing the Cameroon Team in the UK African Nations Cup 2013 with the Final due to take place at West Hams Upton Park in June 2013 and with £1,000 prize for the winning Team.

Ewemade will attend the draw for the tournament at West Hams Upton Park and see which teams his side will have to face in the qualifying matches of a tournament that will take place over three weekends. 20 African Nations will be represented including the 2012 Champions Nigeria and the 2011 Champions Uganda.

“You will have to take part to see what a terrific tournament this is and the fact that the final is being held on a Premier League Ground and Kick Racism Out of Football are a key sponsor of the event, shows its magnitude. So to be asked to manage the Cameroon Team is an incredible honour and one I am looking forward to tremendously. I will search far and wide to select a squad to do the country proud and of course I am fortunate to have a number of players within UKFF who will not let anyone down.” added a delighted Ewemade Orobator.

The 20 Countries who will compete for the African Nations Cup UK 2013 under the  One Game, One Dream. banner are:

Nigeria, Algeria, Ghana, Uganda, Guinea Bissau, Gambia, Morocco, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, DR Congo, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Cameroon, Somalia, Zanzibar Island, Egypt, Senegal and Sieera Leone.

The Preliminary Rounds will take place at the West Ham Memorial Grounds on 1-2 June 2013. The Quarter Finals and Semi Finals on 8-9 June again at the Memorial Grounds and the Losers Finals and Finals will take place at Upton Park on Saturday  15th June 2013.

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