Tested negative for Covid-19, Comoros goalkeeper Ali Ahamada will ultimately not be able to play against Cameroon in the round of 16 of the African Cup of Nations, announces
Sunday evening, the medical authorities gave birth to a new directive obliging a player to observe a period of five days of confinement.
This jeopardizes the notion of fairness.
During this CAN 2022, teams were asked to field players two days after a positive test.
And now a new directive appears and prevents Ahamada from taking his place in the Comoros goals (which will therefore have no professional goalkeeper) and, even worse, in the stadium.
It should also be noted that the former TFC goalkeeper tested negative again on Monday morning.
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