28, January 2019
After leading the Indomitable Lionesses to their second World Cup appearance, the gaffer has been fired from his post
Cameroon Football Federation has shockingly sacked Joseph Ndoko from his role as head coach five months to their campaign at this summer’s Women’s World Cup in France.
The surprise development is coming a week after Australia parted ways with Alen Stajcic and Ndoko now becomes the second France bound coach to be sacked from his role.
Ndoko, who replaced 13-year long serving Enow Ngachu in July 2017, guided the Indomitable Lionesses to a third-place finish at the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations and subsequently secured them a qualification ticket to this year’s global showpiece.