Cameroon’s football federation has denied that its Africa Cup of Nations-winning coach has been in contact with its South Africa counterparts.
On Thursday, the South African FA named Hugo Broos as among the applicants for its vacant national team coaching post.

The 64-year-old, who won the Nations Cup in what is his first international coaching role, took charge of the Indomitable Lions twelve months ago.

His contract expires in February 2018.

The former defender has already exceeded his contract’s primary objective of qualifying for this year’s Nations Cup in Gabon, with the second task being to reach the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

The Indomitable Lions currently lie second in Group B of African qualifying, trailing leaders Nigeria but ahead of Zambia and Algeria.