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Samuel Eto'o retires from Cameroon

Samuel Eto'o explained how manager Roberto Martinez persuaded him to join Everton, as the Cameroonian striker signs on a two-year deal.

Samuel Eto'o announced on Twitter that he is ending his international career for his native Cameroon. 

The veteran played just once in this summer's World Cup, a 1-0 Group A defeat to Mexico, and has now decided to call time on his Cameroon career.

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Eto'o played 118 times for his country, including at four World Cups, after making his debut against Costa Rica in 1997. He scored 56 goals to become Cameroon's all-time highest goalscorer.

Eto'o's illustrious club side career is starting a new chapter as his international career comes to an end. The striker just signed a two-year contract with Everton after being released by Chelsea at the end of last year's Premier League season.


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