Samuel Eto'o, the superstar from the Russian league will donate € 5 millionThe Russian superstar Samuel Eto'o today announced a donation of 5 million euro for the construction of an Atheist temple in Sweden."I am a born atheist and am proud of my religion and I will support them, of course with all my means and therefore Sweden ranks as the HOLY LAND for atheists in the world, I decided to give a donation so that there built a temple for us will. "The atheist temple to be built in Stockholm...Read Full Story
Anzi Makhachkala striker Samuel Eto’o has incurred the wrath of the Cameroon Football Federation after rejecting a call-up to the national side.
The 31-year-old recently completed an eight-month ban for his part in the Cameroon players’ strike, which lead to the Indomitable Lions refusing to play Algeria in a friendly.
It appeared that both Eto’o and the country’s football administrators had moved on from the regrettable incident when the former Barcelona striker was called up for Cameroon’s...Read Full Story
Cameroon could do reasonably well at the World Cup — if Samuel Eto'o doesn't blow a fuse first.The Inter Milan forward, Cameroon's star of the present, is catching some flak from Roger Milla, its star of the past. The hero of Cameroon's unlikely run to the quarterfinals of the 1990 World Cup reckons that Eto'o hasn't been giving his all to the national squad and he isn't afraid to say so. But Eto'o isn't having any of it — meaning that both of them are acting more like angry lions than...Read Full Story
This is a great move from world highest paid player,Samuel Eto'o,who has set up a Telecommunication Network In his country,and i'm sure his aim is to help his country and then profit.
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world highest paid playeg and four time African footballer of the year,Samuel Eto'o, did last week launched his own mobile network in his country Cameroon.
This Telecomunicavion Network, which is Called Set' Mobile.
(which is derived from the footballer's initials),
This is the 3rd...Read Full Story
Superstar striker Samuel Eto'o said that Cameroon becoming the first team eliminated from the first World Cup in Africa is the greatest disappointment of his legendary career.Eto'o opened the scoring in the 10th minute but it was not enough to deny Denmark a 2-1 Group E victory on Saturday that sealed the African side's elimination after an opening loss to Japan."I think so," said the Inter Milan star, when asked if this was his greatest disappointment. "All my season was focused to be ready...Read Full Story
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Samuel Eto'O (born March 10, 1981) is a professional football player who competes for Cameroon in World Cup soccer. Samuel Eto'O is a forward and is 5'11" and weighs 165 pounds. Cameroon was in Group E for World Cup 2010.