YAOUNDE, Dec 12 (Reuters) - Cameroon's Dutch coach Arie Haan has been absent from the central African country for the past two months in contravention of his contract, the national Football Association FECAFOOT said on Tuesday.
'It's two months since Mr Haan left the country,' FECAFOOT general Mmnager Jean Lambert Nang told a news conference.
'I don't know where Mr Haan is. The last time I got in touch with him was on the Internet. Since I've tried to contact him in vain ... Nobody in FECAFOOT knows where he is,' Nang said.
Haan's contract stipulated he should be resident in Cameroon, Nang said.
Haan signed a two-year contract in August with the promise of a renewal if Cameroon's Indomitable Lions qualified for the 2008 African Nations Cup tournament in Ghana.
He succeeded Portuguese Artur Jorge who quit in February after the former African champions failed to clinch a place at the 2006 World Cup in Germany.