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Cameroon coach Pfister questioned by police: press

SoccerNews in World Cup 29 May 2008

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Cameroon coach Otto Pfister has been questioned by police after accusations by the agent who negotiated his contract that he failed to receive his commission, the press reported here on Thursday.

Agent Fernand Taninche is claiming 24 million CFA francs (36,300 euros) from Pfister for his role in helping him complete the deal last year.

The 71-year-old German, who was not contactable on Thursday, was hired by the Cameroon Sports Ministry controversially against the advice of the Cameroon football federation (Fecafoot), as a replacement for Dutchman Arie Haan.

Cameroon are training in Yaounde in the run-up to Saturday's 2010 African Nations Cup and World Cup qualifier at North Atlantic island Cap Verde.

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