The cup or return the money the president of Guinea threatens his country's team participating in the African Nations

The cup or return the money the president of Guinea threatens his country's team participating in the African Nations  The Guinean president threatened his country, participating in the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, and told the players and team officials that they must win the cup, or else they will have to return the money spent on the team.  A number of African sports websites reported strange statements in which the interim Guinean president, Colonel Mamadi Domboya, threatened his country's participation in the 2022 African Nations Cup in Cameroon, telling players and team officials that "they have to win the cup, otherwise they will have to return the money that was spent on the team." .  The Guinean delegation traveling to Cameroon, led by coach Kaba Diawara, visited on Monday the Mohammed V Palace in the capital, Conakry, and held a ceremony to receive the country's flag before setting out for the CAN (African Cup of Nations) competitions. However, it was surprised by the stern statement of the military president.  “Either the cup, or you will give us back the money that will be spent on you,” Mamadi Domboya said. While it was not possible to verify the accuracy of the president's statement, observers wondered how serious the president's statement was and whether it was only joking.  The Guinea national team is competing in Group C along with Senegal, a strong candidate for the title, in addition to Malawi and Zimbabwe.  Guinea witnessed a military coup that overthrew President Alpha Conde on September 5, in a move that sparked widespread condemnation and condemnation.  The coup leader, Colonel Mamadi Domboya, was sworn in as interim president on 1 October, promising free and fair elections, without specifying a date.

The cup or return the money the president of Guinea threatens his country's team participating in the African Nations


The Guinean president threatened his country, participating in the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, and told the players and team officials that they must win the cup, or else they will have to return the money spent on the team.

A number of African sports websites reported strange statements in which the interim Guinean president, Colonel Mamadi Domboya, threatened his country's participation in the 2022 African Nations Cup in Cameroon, telling players and team officials that "they have to win the cup, otherwise they will have to return the money that was spent on the team." .

The Guinean delegation traveling to Cameroon, led by coach Kaba Diawara, visited on Monday the Mohammed V Palace in the capital, Conakry, and held a ceremony to receive the country's flag before setting out for the CAN (African Cup of Nations) competitions. However, it was surprised by the stern statement of the military president.

“Either the cup, or you will give us back the money that will be spent on you,” Mamadi Domboya said.
While it was not possible to verify the accuracy of the president's statement, observers wondered how serious the president's statement was and whether it was only joking.

The Guinea national team is competing in Group C along with Senegal, a strong candidate for the title, in addition to Malawi and Zimbabwe.

Guinea witnessed a military coup that overthrew President Alpha Conde on September 5, in a move that sparked widespread condemnation and condemnation.

The coup leader, Colonel Mamadi Domboya, was sworn in as interim president on 1 October, promising free and fair elections, without specifying a date.
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