Corona virus has taken over the world and many individuals have lost their life because of this deadly virus.
Today in the world of Football, one sensational footballer from Ghana who plays his football outside Ghana is now a victim to corona virus.
Ghana winger Edwin Gyasi has tried positive for the Covid, his Turkish club Samsunspor declared.
Gyasi is yet to include for the club since joining as a free-operator from Bulgarian goliaths CSKA Sofia.
The precarious winger was nursing a physical issue however he's accounted for to have recuperated well and is near making his presentation on Sunday against Akhisarspor.
However, his introduction will be postponed for an additional fourteen days after the club reported that he is one of six players to have gotten this season's virus like infection
The previously mentioned players will thus not be accessible for choice when the Red and White chaps play against Akhisarspor and Istanbulspor.
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