The Cameroon Football Federation have confirmed the sack of coach Clarence Seedorf and assistant Patrick Kluivert on Tuesday, after last 16 exit at the Africa Cup of Nations.
The 2017 AFCON Champions crashed out of the 2019 edition after tasting a 2-1 defeat against Nigeria and the federation described their exit as “premature”.
Former AC Milan midfielder, Seedorf who joined Cameroon as a coach alongside Patrick Kluivert in August 2018 won just three of nine competitive games.
The federation are now looking out for a manager to prepare the national side for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations which they are hosting.
With a haul of four Champions League wins, five national titles and a host of individuals awards, Seedorf, a former AC Milan and Real Madrid midfielder enjoyed a decorated career on the pitch.
But his transition into management has come with a steep learning curve.
Seedorf has now failed with AC Milan and Chinese club Shenzhen, also suffered relegation with Deportivo La Coruna and early elimination with Cameroon at AFCON.