"Rigobert Song 's Legacy at stake" - FLeo 237


"Rigobert Song 's Legacy at stake" - FLeo 237



Rigobert Song made his international debut on 22 September 1993, in a game against Mexico.



At only 17 years old, at the 1994 World Cup, Song received a red card in the match against Brazil, becoming the youngest player ever to be sent off in a World Cup.



Song  participated at the 1998 World Cup and received a red card in the last game against La Roja, becoming the first player ever to be sent off at two different World Cups.



In the 2006 Africa Cup of Nations , Song became the most capped player in Cameroon history.



With 137 appearances, Song holds the record of the most capped player in the history of the Cameroon national team and has played in four World Cups 1994, 1998, 2002 and 2010.



Song also holds joined Record of 8 different AFCON participations.



Song holds the record of most consecutive games played in the African Nations Cup, with 35 first-team games. He won the Nations Cup twice in Nigeria 2000 and Mali 2002, losing to Egypt in the finals in Ghana 2008.



Rigobert Song now the manager of the indomitable lions has with this AFCON the opportunity to either enhance and cement his legacy or destroy it completely.



 One thing is sure,  the old lion will never back down without a fight .It's either a red card or a victory..