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Two Bafana-Bafana Stars to miss the clash against Zimbabwe due to this.

Due to issues related to COVID-19, Zimbabwe will face Bafana Bafana in Qatar's 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers on Friday, while their two PSL stars will be absent.

Golden Arrows forwards Knox Mutizwa and AmaZulu's Butholezwe Ncube were unable to join the training camp after testing positive when they traveled to Harare to join the Warriors.

Technical Committee failed to approve SA Since then they have been isolated and left, and will not be able to participate in next week's game against Ethiopia. The Zimbabwe Football Association has confirmed that the two are absent. Mutizwa has scored two goals in four appearances for the Arrows so far this season. He is not in the starting lineup, but was called up to provide offensive options.

French club Lyon's Tino Cardvere played in Aston Villa With the assistance of Tehe Mossona, he took the lead. Ncube has yet to appear on Usuthu this semester. Before Mutizwa and Ncube were excluded, the Warriors did not have 11 other players that they had originally recruited for this game. When traveling in the listed countries, no one can travel.

Former Kaizer Chiefs guard Hardby will also be unable to play because his troubled MLS club the Houston Dynamo decided to retain him due to the same COVID-19 issue, and Ovidi karuru and Jimmy Dzingai are also unable to play. Bafana also suffered a similar fate, Thabiso Kutumela and Thibang Phete were also excluded due to the positive results of the new coronavirus.


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