By Brian Mboh
Football Writer, Kick442.com-Cameroon
As part of the Abakwa Boys’ preparations for the first leg of their exciting CAF Champions League tie against the twelve times South African champions Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday at the Ngeme stadium this Sunday, the entire staff of the team was subject to the routine Covid-19 test this Friday at their base in Man O War Bay in Limbe.
The staff of the Buea Regional Hospital, under the supervision of Doctor Zacheus Ebongo Nanje, South west Regional Delegate of Public Health made sure Coach Pagou and boys were screened and results delivered before Sunday’s game.
“The Covid-19 Test is a compulsory formality for all football teams participating in the CAF organized competitions,” Doctor Zacheus Ebongo Nanje told the media.
Only players and staff who return negative results for the virus are allowed to participate in the 2020-2021 CAF Champions League matches.
PWD of Bamenda and Kaizer Chiefs go down to the pitch at 3pm local time on Sunday, November 29 before meeting in the return game at the FNB Stadium in South on December 5.
It is the first meeting of both sides who have as ambition to reached the group stage of the prestigious CAF Champions League.
The Amakosi arrived Cameroon this Friday and had their test done in Douala.
They will move to Limbe on Saturday and practice at the Limbe Omnisport Stadium ahead of Sunday’s game.
Khama Billiat and his Chiefs mates know it will be tough against a confident group of PWD players as Nchindo John Bosco and his team mates have an appointment with history in this competition.
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