Brazil's Group A opponents will stick with boss for FinalsRoger Milla became to oldest World Cup scorer at the age of 42 in 1994
One of Brazil's Group A rivals at this summer's World Cup, Cameroon, have moved to distance themselves from rumours that they are set to change coach prior to the tournament.
The Indomitable Lions reached the finals under the management of German Volker Finke, who was only assigned his role in May of last year. To get to Brazil, Cameroon had to defeat Tunisia in a two-legged Play-Off, which they did 4-1.
Despite their qualification, which sees them up against the hosts, Croatia and Mexico, national legend Roger Milla had stated his desire to get rid of Finke, a statement which has since been denounced by Cameroon Football Federation President Joseph Owona.
"We reiterate our confidence in Volker Finke. He has the merit of having qualified the Lions to the World Cup in Brazil", Owona told supersport.com today.
The African nation will be hoping that their chances of progression are still alive when they meet Brazil in their final Group A game in Brasilia on 23 June.