A power tussle has developed at the helmn of both clubs that is threatening to leave them in tatters at the eve of the start of the Elite II football season.
Over the weekend during the general assembly of professional football clubs in Cameroon that held in Yaounde, both clubs presented two representatives each from the different warring factions which made it difficult for them to take part in deliberations.
Francois Famawa turned up for one faction of Panthere of Bagangte while Calvin Njapa turned out for the other faction.
It was the same for Dynamo of Douala where there was a faction led by Isaac Sinkot and Bateki Jean Louis.
Members of the Professional football league had no choice but to admit them in the assembly just as observers with no right to vote.
Both clubs were sent back at the end of the assembly to resolve their differences before Thursday February 22 ahead of the league II kick off scheduled for the weekend.
Dynamo of Douala went into shambles last month after a break away faction held an elective general assembly of the club at the residence of former President Herve Emmanuel Nkom where a new executive was elected
This was never recognised by the incumbent bureau led by former indomitable Lion Isaac Sinkot who has since vowed to fight back.
At Panthere of Bangangte, Celestine Ketcha Courtes has been battling to keep the club from the claws of Francois Famawa who is said to be a protégé of Senate President Marcel Niat Njifenji.
To solve the internal wranglings at the club, the league has set up a commission to hear both parties on Tuesday at 15h00 and 17h00 for Dynamo and Panthere respectively.