The former international Cameroonian, Samuel Eto’o received on Monday in London, the European medal of tolerance awarded by the European council on tolerance and reconciliation. It is that the non-governmental organization honors the commitment of the former player of Chelsea in the fight against racism.
Samuel Et’o, currently striker of the Italian club, Sampdoria, denounced the behavior of Blues and the PSG supporters in a Parisian subway outside 1/8th finals first leg of the Champions’ League.
“I am shocked but these ten supporters are not representative of the fans of Chelsea” declared Samuel Eto’o.
As Africa Top Success reported it earlier, the former captain of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon is listed in the Top 20 of the world richest footballers
Eto’o (34 years old) left the national team in 2014to dedicate himself to his club. He played a total of 117 matches with the Lions and scored 56 goals. During his two seasons spent in Chelsea, he registered 16 goals.
Original text by: Roger ADZAFO