By Owolabi Abiola/First Zeal Media Cast
Cameroon’s footballer Clinton N’jie will not be in Uyo or Yaounde for the double headed between the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon and the Super Eagles of Nigeria in one of the big 2018 World Cup Qualifier on the continent next week.He will be missing both games as a result of the injury he picked up at the weekend when Marselle drew 1-1 with Angers.
N’Jie arrived at Lyon during the summer of 2011. He joined the under-19 squad and quickly progressed to the reserve squad along with Anthony Martial and Nabil Fekir, playing in the French 4th division. He played his first professional match during the 2012–13 season against Stade de Reims in a 3–0 win. N’Jie scored his first professional goal against Mladá Boleslav in the third qualifying round of the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League, helping his team to a 2–1 victory.On 13 August, he scored his first Ligue 1 goal in a 4–0 victory against Lorient.Earlier that day, he signed a three-year contract extension with Lyon through to 2019.
N’jie a product of Ecole de football Brasserie du Cameroun, will be sideline for two weeks.N’jie who last outing with the Indomitable Lions was at the Nationa Cup in Gabon he hit target three times in three games for Marselle this season.
Clinton N’jie was dropped for the 2019 Afcon qualifier against Morocco and the FIFA Cnfederations Cup in Russia because of his poor attitude and lukewarm relationship with the Indomitable Lions’ Management team.
Meanwhile, the head coach of the Lions Hugo Broos says his squad for the game against Nigeria in Uyo and Yaounde will be made public on Friday August 25.