Over the weekend South African football fans as well as Al Ahly supporters were left concerned after they learnt of the news that the Bafana Bafana vice captain, Percy Tau is among a set of five players who were confirmed to have contracted the corona virus. These news meant that Al Ahly will now need to work on alternative means in order to work on their technical decisions, as well as which players they have to use as they have been preparing for the Egyptian League Cup.
Al Ahly will be facing off against El Gouna, and the five players who have contracted the corona virus are not the only concern for Al Ahly as there are some of their players who are currently absent as they are ok national duty for their respective countries, and most of which are representing Egypt and the likes of Wael Gomma representing Motoco for the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament.
There might be good news for the reds ahead of this encounter as Percy Tau as well as the rest of the players who have been confirmed to have tested positive for the corona virus might be found negative as they will be undergoing some tests, and the teams doctor did make an indication that the Bafana Bafana player is in a stable condition, and the test that he will be undergoing in will determine whether he is eligible to return to Al Ahly's full training or not.
Percy Tau plays a significant role for Pitso Moaimane's plans to dominate Egyptian football and the Egyptian League cup was on Moaimane's plans as he aims to conquer the entirety of the Egyptian Premier League. Percy Tau managed to swiftly win the hearts of Al Ahly faithfully supporters and his stunning performance for the reds has also proved many sceptics and doubters wrong.
Source: Kick Off
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