Cameroon will begin their preparations for the 2015 Afcon with a camp from 5 January.
According to official sources, the team will meet in Yaounde and train for three days, play a friendly with fellow finalists Congo DR and then head across the border to Gabon for eight days.
[contextly_sidebar id=”sUeqgP67gjLFiZw1IdndkdUWUiISg8UR”] The four-time African champions have not been at the Afcon since 2010, but with much-improved form in recent months following a dismal World Cup, there is hope in the country of a good tournament.
The Lions have been in great shape in recent times and went through the qualifiers unbeaten, topping their group ahead of Cote d’Ivoire .
The Indomitable Lions and the Elephants have been drawn in the same group in the tournament and will clash in their final group game on 28 January.
The other group members are Mali and Guinea, who – with the two heavyweights – are all based in Malabo, the capital city of Equatorial Guinea.
By: Gary Al-Smith/citifmonline.com/Ghana');