Cameroon were one of, if not the worst team at the tournament in Brazil, and now their FA has decided to investigate why that might have been.
A report in German newspaper Der Spiegel has thrown the Cameroonian football team and their FA into further controversy after a convicted match-fixer Winston Raj Perumal claimed that he accurately forecast the 4-0 loss to Croatia as well as a player getting sent off in that game.
The Indomitable Lions proved to be anything but as they crashed out at the group stage, having lost all three games, as well as having on-field bust ups, and the Fédération Camerounaise de Football (Fecafoot) have released a statement saying that they treat these allegations very seriously and plan a full investigation.
The statement also talked of "seven bad apples" among the group of players, adding that "we wish to inform the general public that, though not yet contacted by FIFA in regards to this affair, our administration has already instructed its Ethics Committee, to further investigate these accusations"
The Fecafoot is also investigating the incident which took place between Benoit Assou-Ekotto and team-mate Benjamin Moukandjo, as the two had an altercation during one of the games in which it appeared that the former tried to head-butt Moukandjo, so they've got a lot on their plate at the moment.
Their performances at the World Cup were hugely disappointing, but if these allegations turn out to be true, there could be a very severe sanction handed down by FIFA to the team and their federation as a result.
Via RTE News