This week’s edition of the African Voices Changemakers programme of the Cable News Network (CNN) sponsored by Nigeria’s foremost telecom company, Globacom, will feature football legend, Samuel Eto’o Fils.
The edition will celebrate the popular Cameroonian footballer who won the African Player of the Year Award four times in a row in his hey days. Incidentally, Globacom was the main sponsor of the CAF Awards when the Eto’o emerged as the continent’s best.
Viewers will learn how Eto’o, who was born in Cameroon, started his football career with Kadji Sports Academy. He was with the club for four years and distinguished himself as a top striker before leaving for one of the top clubs in Europe, Real Madrid, in 1997.
From Real Madrid, Eto’o joined Mallorca in 2000 and scored a record 70 goals before moving to FC Barcelona in 2004, where he won LLiga three times.
Together with Ronaldinho and other team members, he won the 2006 UEFA Champions League Final. He made…
Source: Complete Sports