By Charles Embola
Football writer kick442.com Cameroon
The confederation of African football CAF step up plans to make more credible and less controversial the testing process for COVID-19 during the 24 nations tournament to be staged in Cameroon from the 9th of January to February 6th 2022.
During the 2021 African nations championship (CHAN) several cases of controversial results from the country’s medical experts marred the events image, something which the governing body wish to avoid in 2022.
The Dr Congo according to football pundits and journalists, suffered severe psychological trauma prior to their CHAN quater final clash against host country Cameroon. 15 of their players including head coach Florent Ibenge were all ironically tested positive 48 hours after their initial tests had proven negative.
CAF’s image was almost brought to disrepute as a result of the controversy but for a counter expertise.
Sources within the CAF corridors suggest a bidding procedure to select the best will be launched in the weeks ahead and the best files selected for the job.
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