Former Cameroon national team midfielder died in a car accident

Football news 28 june 2024, 04:58
Kenley Ward Dailysports's expert Kenley Ward
Former Cameroon national team midfielder killed in road accident

Yesterday in Cameroon, at the age of 38, former national team midfielder Landry N'Guemo tragically passed away.

Local media reports indicate that N'Guemo died in a car accident in the capital, Yaoundé. The former midfielder's car collided with a truck. Unfortunately, by the time medical personnel arrived at the scene, the athlete was already deceased.

N'Guemo represented Cameroon at the 2010 and 2014 World Cups. He played a total of 42 matches and scored 3 goals for the "Indomitable Lions."

At the club level, N'Guemo played for Celtic, Nancy, Bordeaux, Saint-Étienne, Kayserispor, and Akhisar. In Ligue 1 alone, he made 208 appearances, scored 7 goals, and provided 7 assists.

Since the summer of 2021, N'Guemo had been the head coach of Nancy U-19.

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