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Le Guen on his way out

CAPE TOWN, June 25- Paul Le Guen revealed on Thursday that he will step down as coach of Cameroon after the African side were eliminated from the World Cup following three straight defeats."My contract has expired and I will stop," Le Guen told a press conference after his team’s 2-1 defeat to the Netherlands at the Green Point Stadium.

The Frenchman, who took the Cameroon reins in July 2009, has been linked with the head coaching role of the Australian national side but said that he has not yet made any decisions about his future.

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