Indomitable Lion – Cameroon international Marc-Vivien Foe died from a cardiac arrest on a football pitch in a Confederations Cup semifinal in Lyon, on June 26 2003. But on the10th anniversary of his death, what is Foe's legacy -- both back in Cameroon and within the world game?
Crumbling Facade – Back in Cameroon, the $10 million sports complex Foe started is in need of repair -- even the statue of the great midfielder.
Pool of Despair – The swimming pool at the sports complex is filled with stagnant green water rather than the budding footballers of tomorrow, as Foe originally hoped.
Emptiness – Puddles litter the inside of unfinished buildings in the complex on the outskirts of Yaounde, where squatters and police occupy a building originally built for young sportsmen.
Saving Grace – The tomb of the late footballer is one of the best kept items on the complex that bears his name.
Family Foe – Marc-Vivien Foe's widow Marie-Louise, pictured at her late husband's funeral in the French city Lyon, has been at odds with the former Cameroon international's father Martin.
Family Foes – Martin Foe, pictures alongside his son's daughter Michelle, is at odds with Marc-Vivien's widow Marie-Louise over how to divide the footballer's estate.
Final Medal – Then Prime Minister Peter Musonge lays a posthumous medal -- the Commander of the National Order of Valor -- on Foe's coffin at his burial in Yaounde.
Lap of Honor – Cameroonian players join 2003 Confederations Cup champions France on a lap of honor, bearing an image of Foe -- whose medal is hanging off his portrait.
Wounded Lion – Medical personnel treat Foe as the faces of the Colombian players reveal the seriousness of the situation.
Proud Son – Marc-Vivien's son Marc Scott reads a speech during a homage to his late father prior to the 2009 Confederations Cup final in South Africa.
Happier Times – Foe celebrates his match winner in the quarterfinals of the 2000 Africa Cup of Nations, a tournament Cameroon won. Following Foe's death, Cameroon have failed to win another Nations Cup title.