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Why Onana is dropped for Cameroon game against Serbia

Man Jose Kayima

Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana has been dropped for Cameroon’s crucial game against Serbia on Monday afternoon.

Onana played the full 90 minutes of Cameroon’s World Cup opener against Switzerland but will not play in their upcoming game in Qatar against Serbia, being dropped for disciplinary reasons.

According to Fabrizio Romano,

“André Onana has been removed from Cameroon’s squad. Been told that the reason is a discussion with head coach as he insisted for different style of goalkeeping, more ‘traditional’ 🇨🇲 #Qatar2022

“Onana has no intention to change his style — tense situation & so he’s been excluded.” https://t.co/UuoFp3WdLz

Davies Epassy of Abha in Saudi Arabia will therefore guard goal against Serbia.

Onana has 34 caps for Cameroon. The former Ajax FC was was handed a 12-month ban by FIFA in February 2021 after testing positive for a banned substance.

The ban was reduced to nine months by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

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