Four players and four staffs of Kumase Asante Kotoko tests positive to covid 19 in Sudan.
Covid 19 has struck the camp of Kumase Asante Kotoko ahead of their game against Al Hillal which happens few minutes from now. Kumase Asante Kotoko took the mandatory covid 19 test hours before kick off and it turned out 8 peoples, four players and four officials has tested positive to the virus.
The management has rejected the results and are embarking on having their own test. The match takes place in an hour time and it is a very difficult situation to be in especially been out of your home country.
The players who have tested positive ought to be taken out and self isolated as enshrined in the new CAF rules governing the competition. This presents the club with a dilemma. They either have to play with their depleted side or decline to play. The latter gives Al Hillal a walk over and the former presents them with an even more difficult task.
What a continent we find ourselves in. Still Kotoko has to fight on for the warriors they are.
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