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The Kasasiro Boys reported that players and officials at the camp tested negative as they prepared to face the Rwandan team.
The Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA FC) has confirmed that players in training for their Caf Confederation Cup clash against AS Kigali have returned negative Covid-19 results.
The Kasasiro Boys suffered a major blow before the first leg in Kigali, Rwanda, after eight of their first team team members, including coach Mike Mutebi, tested positive for Covid-19 and as such did not travel. for the outbound shock.
The team was further affected while in Kigali as two of their players also tested positive for the virus, prompting Caf to cancel the match and award it to AS Kigali (2-0) because KCCA failed to raise a Quadruple of 15 players as required by Caf rules.
The former Ugandan Premier League (UPL) champions have now confirmed that they have resumed training for the second leg scheduled for Kampala on Wednesday 6 January, and that all players in the camp, including officials, have tested negative.
“All the players and officials at the camp have been tested for Covid-19 and returned negative results,” the club said official website.
“The camp has been organized in accordance with preparations for the Confederation Cup second leg between KCCA and AS Kigali on Wednesday 6 January 2021 at St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende.
“The team entered camp on Saturday January 2 and will begin training at St Mary’s Stadium, Kitende, the venue for Wednesday’s game.
“Upon arrival, the players immediately attended a short enlightening meeting on the Covid-19 pandemic that was addressed by team doctor Ivan Ssewanyana, who urged players to follow all Ministry of Health guidelines during camp. .
“While speaking to the players, assistant coach Morley Byekwaso urged them to be more vigilant and vigilant about the guidelines governing Covid-19 while at camp.”
However, the KCCA has not confirmed whether the players and officials who stayed behind before traveling to Kigali for the first leg also returned negative results.
In addition to coach Mutebi, others affected by Covid-19 are assistant coach Badru Kabuye, goalkeeping coach Moses Oloya, first team coach Jackson Magera, goalkeeper Charles Lukwago, Denis Iguma, Kezironi Kizito, Brian Aheebwa, Stefano Mazengo , Hassan Matovu, Samson Kigozi and Hassan Musana.