Le Guen puts Cameroon players on notice
Cameroon were eliminated in Monday's quarter-final, losing 3-1 after extra-time to defending champions Egypt, and now look ahead to the World Cup in June when they have a tough group against Netherlands, Denmark and Japan.
Le Guen said his younger players had under-achieved in Angola.
"It is important for me to be sure I can rely on young players for the World Cup," said the Frenchman. "This would have been a good experience if we had won but there were a lot of players under-achieving."
"I will (now) go to watch a maximum number of games to try to be in a situation where I can select the best players. I will also watch games in Cameroon but the best Cameroonian players are competing in Europe.
"We were beaten by a good opponent who were really strong but it is hard to say we were beaten by the future champions," he said of Egypt, who now meet Algeria in Thursday's semi-final in Benguela.
Cameroon's next match is a friendly against Italy in Monte Carlo on March 3.