Former Indomitable Lion’s Captain, Stephen Tataw Bows Out

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Stephen Tataw, the powerful Indomitable Lion’s captain in the 90s is no more.

He died today at the age of 57 in Yaounde after after a prolonged sickness.

Stephen led the Indomitable Lions to the 1990 world cup where they defeated the mighty Argentina, Romania and Colombia.

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He spent most of his club career in his home country with Tonnerre Yaoundé and Olympique Mvolyé, then ended in Japan with Tosu Futures.

The cause of his death has not been revelled as of the time of this report.

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