But a statement confirmed that "following the premature exit of Cameroon's men's flagship squad, Cameroon's football federation in line with clauses in their respective contracts has chose to bring an end to the contracts of Seedorf and Kluivert".
Clarence Seedorf of his duties has been relieved from his duties as Cameroon head coach.
This decision was reached on Tuesday, after Cameroon's Sports Minister, Narcisse Mouelle Kombi declared on state television, CRTV, that Seedorf would not continue as head coach of the Indomitable Lions with immediate effect because "he is not fit for the job".
Kombi categorically stated that the former Dutch worldwide has been unable to build a winning team and putting the players under control.
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"He's shown great difficulty in managing the squad and imposing order and discipline. He is not made for this job". There was no real leader in the group.
Barely eleven months after the Dutch duo was appointed to lead Cameroon to a 6th continental victory, their contracts with Fecafoot has been terminated over what many consider as poor management of the team.
At the time, Cameroon were expected to be hosting the AFCON but lack of preparedness meant that the continent's governing body, CAF, took the rights away and awarded it earlier this year to Egypt.
Cameroon finished second in the group stages as they were drawn in Group F with Ghana, Benin, and Guinea-Bissau.
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