Former Dutch international star Clarence Seedorf and his assistant Kluivert has been sacked by Cameroon The former Ac Milan man won just three of nine competitive games after taking over the Indomitable Lions alongside Kluivert last August.

The Indomitable Lions won just one of their four matches at the tournament in Egypt, which led to calls from the country’s sports minister, Narcisse Mouelle Kombi, for the pair to be released from their contracts.

He got his wish within hours on Tuesday as Cameroon’s football federation announced it had terminated the four-year deal Seedorf had signed in August 2018.

The body said in a statement on that it had brought an end to the respective contracts of Seedorf and Kluivert “following the premature exit of Cameroon’s men’s flagship squad”.

The federation are now hunting for a manager to prepare the national side for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations which they are hosting.