Allan Nyom, the West Bromwich Albion defender is anticipated to appear today at the Cameroon international training camp, revealed by manager Alphonse Tchampi of the national team.
It is a matter-of-fact that Nyom will be arriving at the training camp simultaneously with Premier League star player and fellow countryman Joel Matip. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, FC Schalke striker is also expected to be with the two.
Nyom is among the seven league players who announced their decision not to intervene in the forthcoming African Cup of Nations but Tchampi was resolute that the defender be in attendance at their training camp this evening in the city of Yaoundé.
The manager revealed that three players are due to arrive on Tuesday evening which includes Joel Matip and Allan Nyom. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting is the third player to join them.
The other month, Hugo Broos, one of Cameroon’s coaches declared that “the federation reserves the right to take action against the players in accordance with FiFa regulations.”
Tony Pulis, Baggies boss was discouraged to be in the tournament without Nyom, but was hesitant to get involved into the situation.
According to Pulis, he was satisfied with the showings of the player and the fans like him enormously, so it will be abhorrent not to have him around.
He acknowledged further that the argument is between Allan and Hugo, it is his country.
The absolute thing the West Bromwich would covet to do is to thwart people from playing for their homeland, I for my part do not want to be implicated in those politics; he added.