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Joseph N'Do Leaves RTÉ Studio In Stiches With Croagh Patrick-M50 Comparison

Joseph N'Do Leaves RTÉ Studio In Stiches With Croagh Patrick-M50 Comparison
By Michael Bolton Updated
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Joseph N'Do continued to bring entertainment to the World Cup coverage on RTÉ with his analogy for success for Cameroon.

The former Cameroon international is known for his confidence and bubbly personality that makes him come out with absolutely anything, whether he's a pundit on RTÉ during the World Cup or providing commentary on LOI TV.

Ahead of Cameroon's daunting task against Brazil, you would be hard pushed to find someone as confident as Joseph N'Do, who didn't seem to be phased by the fact his country is taking on Brazil.

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After a close 1-0 defeat to Switzerland and drawing a thrilling game against Serbia, Cameroon needed a win with any hope of qualifying for the last 16, while also needing Serbia to prevent Switzerland claiming all three points.

Jospeh N'Do On Cameroon's Chances

When asked about Cameroon's chances on defeating Brazil tonight, Joseph N'Do gave a perfect response that left the RTÉ studio in laughter.

"Which mountain? Because the road to success is not the M50, it's Croagh Patrick. I'm 100% with the boys, simple as that. I believe we are going to go through, even though beating Brazil will not be easy.

I'm nervous because I am not playing. That's the type of game I wish I could play. When you can make a change it's different, but you are just here looking. It's easy to sit here and smile and say you know what, we are going to get hammered."

It's one of the classic moments that Joseph N'Do has produced, and while his confidence wasn't shared among the studio that contained Shay Given and Richie Saidlier, Joseph N'do's confidence has to be admired.

While Brazil have looked very impressive, they have made several changes to their team, and this tournament has showed us nothing is guaranteed, especially in the last couple of days.

Never change Joseph N'Do.

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