They don’t want a solution.. I don’t understand what happened

Andre Onana confirmed that there is no desire on the part of the other party to resolve the crisis that occurred between the Italian Inter Milan goalkeeper and the management of his country, Cameroon, in the FIFA World Cup, which is currently being held in Qatar.

And it became likely that the 26-year-old goalkeeper played his last match with the national team at the World Cup in Qatar, as reports confirmed his intention to catch a flight out of the country.

Onana issued a statement in light of the crisis that led to his exclusion, as Cameroonian officials say that the decision to exclude him came for disciplinary reasons, while the goalkeeper denied, for his part, that he had acted against the interest of his team.

Rigobert Song, coach of the team, excluded Onana from facing Serbia, to be replaced by Davis Ibas in yesterday’s match, which ended in a 3-3 draw.

Reports indicated that Onana’s exclusion came after a dispute with Song over his playing style in the team’s 1-0 defeat against Switzerland, where he was the player who touched the ball the most outside the penalty area with 26 touches, which is the highest score for a goalkeeper in a single World Cup match.

Onana denied that this was the reason behind his exclusion, and said in statements to the “Relivo” website: Playing with the foot? No.. that’s nothing.

Onana said in the statement via Twitter that the decision to exclude him was incomprehensible and difficult to accept.

He added: Yesterday I was not allowed to be on the field to help Cameroon as I always did, in order to achieve the team’s goals, I always acted in the right way to lead the team to success.

And he continued: I have exerted all my efforts and energy to find solutions to the situations that any football player goes through from time to time, but I did not find any desire from the other party to solve the problem, some things are difficult to understand.

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