Disciplinary action initiated by the Cameroon football federation against players following the failed encounter with Algeria has been suspended indefinitely.

The homologation and disciplinary committee initially billed for Thursday did not hold as planned.

Lions captain Eto’o Fils, and vice Enow Eyong and Assou Ekotto were notified to face the committee on different counts.

Eto’o fils and Enow Eyong were to answer for the role they played in the cancellation of the Cameroon-Algeria friendly on November 15. Assou Ekotto was to answer for his failure to show up for the LG Cup without explanation.

Sources said the disciplinary committee was held to a stop by the presidency that has opened independent investigations into the player s’strike.

SuperSport.com learnt that a meeting that held at the president demanded that the federation and the Ministry explain the players’ strike in Marrakech.

It should be recalled that after winning the LG tournament the indomitable Lions went on strike over unpaid fees and refused to travel to Algeria for the friendly match.

The players had initially indicated that they were busy in their clubs and could not be present for the hearing.

They also wanted the federation members at the source of the strike action to appear before the disciplinary committee.

Meanwhile, the delegation to apologise to the Algerian football federation and the sports ministry as instructed by sports and physical education minister did not make the trip.

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