World Cup 2010: Paul Le Guen Admits Disorder Cost Cameroon Against Japan

Coach bemoans lack of competitiveness…
Following his side’s 1-0 defeat to Japan this afternoon, Cameroon coach Paul le Guen was left bemoaning a lack of cohesion among his ranks.

"I regret that the players were not able to play at the level they could,” the Frenchman told the-afc.com.

“In the second half they fought but there was a lack of order in their fight.”

"I think we were too nervous during the first half,” he admitted.

The Indomitable Lions went down to a first-half Keisuke Honda goal and Le Guen admitted his side should have been more competitive.

"We lost many, many easy balls and that's why I'm disappointed because when you feel your team is not at its best level you are frustrated," he said.

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