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Covid-19 rules: Tau out of Bafana Bafana-Uganda friendly, Mamelodi Sundowns duo in doubt

South Africa could confront the Cranes with a vigorously exhausted crew because of wellbeing and wellness issues. 

Percy Tau and Teboho Mokoena have been managed out of Bafana's global well disposed match against Uganda at Orlando Stadium on Thursday in the wake of testing positive for Covid-19. 

Midfielder Sipho Mbule is by and large firmly checked subsequent to coming into contact with his SuperSport United partner Mokoena. 

There are additionally injury worries in the Bafana camp as the Mamelodi Sundowns pair of safeguard Mosa Lebusa and the adaptable Rivaldo Coetzee are in a wellness race. 

Lebusa kept going only 30 minutes in Sundowns' last Premier Soccer League match against Cape Town City last Saturday while Coetzee was decided out of that game. 

Yet, it is the shortfall of Tau which has featured Bafana's development to the Uganda conflict, with Hugo Broos' associate mentor Cedomir Janevski featuring the Brighton and Hove Albion assailant's characteristics. 

"Everyone knows the nature of Percy Tau," said Janevski according to Phakaaathi. 

"He was a player at Bruges, my ex-group, he was in Anderlecht, he is a significant player for the public group of South Africa. We expect the following camp he will be alright. 

"He has the right stuff, he is [now] in England, he has a decent mindset and can give his quality exclusively as well as around the players who will be with him in the following round of capability [ the World Cup]." 

"I realize it is likewise the finish of the period, the last game completed a weekend ago, we ought to ordinarily have more days to plan. It isn't simply actual planning, just to meet one another. I trust before the September capability time we have more [time]." 

Janevski and individual collaborator mentor Helman Mkhalele will assume responsibility for the Uganda match without Broos, who is in Belgium to get his second Covid-19 poke. 

Prior to getting back to Belgium, Broos chose a more youthful crew for the Uganda match. 

Large names like chief Thulani Hlatshwayo, Themba Zwane, goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune, Andile Jali, Sifiso Hlanti, Ben Motshwari and Ruzaigh Gamildien were totally dropped. 

Orlando Pirates midfielder Thabang Monare is the lone player over the age of 30 in the crew yet Broos said the entryway has not been closed for the disregarded senior players. 

After Thursday's cordial, Bafana will at that point face Zimbabwe and Ghana in the 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifiers in September.

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