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CAMEROON'S striker Samuel Eto'o has been included in the country's final 2010 World Cup squad.
His inclusion was backed by the country's football federation after he threatened to skip the tournament following criticism by former striker Roger Milla.
Coach Paul Le Guen named Eto'o captain in his final 23-man group for South Africa - following Saturday's 1-1 draw with Slovakia in a friendly in Austria.
Cameroon Football Federation president Iya Mohammed said his federation fully supported the national coach Paul Le Guen, Eto'o and the entire national team - regardless of Milla's views.
Mohammed urged his fellow citizens to remain united around the Indomitable Lions, "In a spirit of responsibility so that they could worthily represent Cameroon".
Milla and several people recently criticised Eto'o, claiming he performed well at club level in Spain and Italy but not in the national team.
This prompted Eto'o to consider not playing for the four-time African champions in this year's World Cup, where Cameroon will be up against Netherlands, Denmark and Japan in group E.
Eto'o will join his squad today. - Sapa