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Mandjeck's Cameroon call up

George Mandjeck
George Mandjeck of Kaiserslautern has been called up to play for Cameroon

Midfielder George Mandjeck has been given a first call-up to the Cameroon squad for Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Togo.

Coach Paul Le Guen has brought in the Kaiserslautern youngster to replace Aurelin Chedjou.

Cameroon currently top Group A a point ahead of Gabon.

Cameroon will qualify for South Africa 2010 if they defeat Togo in Yaounde, and Gabon lose at home against bottom placed Morocco.

George Mandjeck played for Cameroon's under-23 side at the Olympics in Beijing last year.

He came on as a substitute in their first group game against South Korea, where he scored a goal to earn Cameroon a 1-1 draw.

He made his second appearance in the team's third group game, a goalless draw against Italy, where he was sent off for kicking Antonio Nocerino in the ankle.

Cameroon squad:

1. KAMENI Carlos Espanyol Barcelone (Spain)

2. SOULEYMANOU Hamidou Kayserispor (Turkey)

3. SONG Rigobert Trabzonspor (Turkey)

4. NJIPTAP Geremi Newcastle (England)

5. BASSONG Sébastien Tottenham (England)

6. Henri BEDIMO Chateauroux (France)

7. BINYA Augustin Neuchatel Xamax (Switzerland)

8. BIKEY Stéphane Burnley FC (England)

9. NKOULOU Nicolas AS Monaco (France)

11. MAKOUN II Jean Lyon (France)

12. MBIA Stéphane Marseille (France)

13. NGOM KOME Daniel Tenerife (Spain)

14. EYONG Enoh Ajax Amsterdam (Holland)

15. NGUEMO Landry Celtic (Scotland)

16. EMANA Achille Real Betis (Spain)

17. SOMEN Tchoyi Red Bull Salzburg (Austria)

18. WEBO Achille RCD Mallorca (Spain)

19. MEYONG-ZE Albert SC Braga (Portugal)

20. SONG Alexandre Arsenal (England)

20. ALO'O EFOULO Paul Nancy (France)

21. ETO'O Samuel Inter Milan (Italie)

22. Georges MANDJECK FC Kaiserslautern (Germany)

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see also
2010 World Cup
09 Sep 09 |  African
Cameroon ease into top spot
09 Sep 09 |  African
Ghana qualify for 2010 World Cup
06 Sep 09 |  African

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