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Magic Mboma Jubilee in May 2012

Former Cameroon international Patrick Mboma will celebrate his fantastic career from May 24 to 26 in Yaounde, in the presence of football legend Pele, former Liberia international George Weah and retired French player Lilian Thuram at the three-day event.

Patrick Mboma, The Indomptable Lion

"This jubilee is useful to me for several reasons: It allows me to thank a public that has supported me throughout my career and beyond. I express to my family and friends how much their presence in the good and bad times I have been necessary.This is an opportunity to vibrate again the lawn Mfandena with renowned guests will discover that some our beautiful country, Cameroon," Patrick Mboma wrote on henripatrickmboma.com

A special jubilee village will be set up at the Hotel de Ville for a tour of representations of the country’s institutions and cultural sites, according to the former Paris Saint Germain and Metz top scorer. The event’s grand finale will be the much-awaited gala match between Mboma’s friends and the Indomitable Lions.

 "This indomitable lion is the golden generation of our national football team whose talent was thrilled with happiness in the 2000s, millions of supporters in Cameroon, Africa and the world, winning one after a medal Olympic gold, two African Cup of Nations and qualifying several times in many competitions."- Patrick Mboma in the Words of the Cameroonian president, Paul Biya.

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