Lagos - Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o said he would quit the Cameroon national
team for "family reasons" after a row with coach Volker Finke over team
selection, despite helping his side to reach the final round of African
qualification for the World Cup in Brazil, Supersport.com reports.
The 32-year-old, who also threatened to retire from international
football in September 2012 before changing his mind, told teammates in
the dressing room after Sunday's 1-0 home win over Libya that he was
ending his 16-year career with the Indomitable Lions, according to
French newspaper L'Equipe.
His announcement follows a week of tension in the team camp after Eto'o
demanded the selection of goalkeeper Carlos Kameni and striker Achille
Webo against Libya, with German Finke refusing to agree.
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