Kameni anger with collapsed moves
By Patrick Haond
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Cameroon international has had a miserable last month or so after his application for a work permit was rejected scuppering a proposed move to Premiership new boys Wolves, while a move to fellow French side Bordeaux had earlier fallen through.
"I have not been very lucky. Firstly I should have signed with Les Girondins, but only if there was a position available," said the young African starlet.
"Frederic Roux was leaving and I should have replaced him. It was almost settled but in the end, he didn't move.
"Then I went to Wolves and the only thing missing was a work permit.
"I received the news on August 24 and by then it was to late to sign for anyone else. The other teams that may have been interested thought I had already signed for them (Wolves).
"I am not interested in countries like Qatar or Turkey. So I am back at Le Harve.
"I have nothing against the club, but against the coach, because he is the only one in charge of the team.
"I want to meet him on Friday to ask for explanations.
"After the atmosphere of the Confederations Cup (held in France), it is strange to watch a game from the stands.
"It is difficult to live with. Fortunately there is the national team. They give me a lot of support and that is nice."