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South Africa’s clash with Uganda cranes in serious doubt

South Africa-S.A is scheduled to host Uganda today Thursday in an international friendly at Orlando Stadium in Soweto.

However according to the latest reports coming through on Boom.ug newsdesk leaves the match in a doubt.

Reports have it that the S.A’s national team, Bafana Bafana’s assistant coach Janevski Cedomir has tested positive for the deadly virus COVID-19.

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The Macedonian tested positive after second COVID-19 tests carried out on Tuesday.

Despite the fact that the South African Football Federation- SAFA insists that the game will happen, this will be against the world health organization’s COVID-19 guidelines since Jenevski was already in contact with team players. However, most of the players tested Negative on Tuesday.

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Therefore, if the game is to kick off at 7 O’clock as by the SAFA statement, Bafana Bafana will be in charge of a local assistant coach Helman Mkhalele since head coach Hugo Broos is away in Belgium for vaccination.

Bafana Bafana will also miss the services of players Percy Tau, Teboho Mokoena, and Sipho Mbule who tested positive for Covid-19 early this week.