Covid 19 strucks the camp of Kumase Asante Kotoko ahead of their game against Al Hillal.
Kumase Asante Kotoko are currently under unimaginable circumstances at Sudan. They have been reports that four players and four officials of the club has tested positive to the corona virus. The club has since decided to undergo their own tests to contest the results of the Sudanese medical association.
This is a similar thing that happened when Fc Noudhibou visits Ghana about two weeks ago. Two of their players reportedly tested positive to covid 19 of which the Mauritanian refused to accept. They didn't show up on two occasions and therefore Kotoko were given a walk over to the next stage.
The issues of covid has taken center stage in the CAF organised competitions his season and it's very worrying. CAF has to do something about it swiftly. You can however say this kind of a payback to Kotoko for what happened with Fc Noudhibou. The evil that man do always lives after them.
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