Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been allowed to go home by the Gabonese national team after his inability to feature in the biggest competition in African football, the African Cup Of Nations tournament as reported on www.soccerladuma.co.za.
His ongoing health problems( Covid-19 and injuries) has made it impossible for the Gabon national team to keep him in the tournament, now they have to do it with the presence of their star man.
The former Borrusia Dortmurd striker must be very disappointed to see his game ended very early in the competition due to unforseen circumstances, but he must dust himself up and prepare to be fit for the second half of the Barclays English Premiership League.
His side Arsenal are still struggling to find form in the league so they will hope him arriving early for the African Cup Of Nations will help the team to finish in the UEFA Champions League spot.
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