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LONDON - Benni McCarthy has been praised by Blackburn Rovers coach Mark Hughes for his reaction to being dropped from the team.
The South African did not travel with the squad for last Saturday's English Premier League game at Sunderland.
Hughes preferred him to try to rediscover his form away from the first-team spotlight.
McCarthy was back for last night's Uefa Cup first round, second leg clash against Greek side Larisa.
"Benni is a top-quality striker with top European experience," Hughes said.
"He has worked very hard in the past few days and shown a great attitude to the extra things we are asking of him.
"He will be involved against Larisa."
McCarthy, 29, made a huge impact at Rovers in his debut Premier League season last term, netting 24 times in all competitions.
But after scoring only once in his last six games, he lost his place to new signing Roque Santa Cruz and rising star Matt Derbyshire.
Meanwhile, Cameroon's Daniel Ngom Kome and Albert Meyong Ze have been suspended from international duty for six months for partying in the run-up to a match.
The pair will miss the 2008 African Nations Cup finals.
Sports minister Augustin Edjoa said in a statement that the ban was for "indiscipline shown on the occasion of the final qualifying match" in September.
The Indomitable Lions lost the match against Equatorial Guinea 1-0 in Malabo, with Kome and Ze both dropped at the last minute.
Though Edjoa did not explain the nature of the offence, state television reported that the players had been out partying before the match. - BBC