Bafana up against Covid-19 and injuries ahead of Uganda tie

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Bafana Bafana player Ronwen Williams and assistant coach Helman Mkhelele.
Bafana Bafana player Ronwen Williams and assistant coach Helman Mkhelele.

A youthful, second-string Bafana Bafana line-up is left to face Uganda in Thursday’s international friendly at Orlando Stadium after Covid-19 and injuries struck the playing squad and technical team with devastating effect.

Bafana assistant coach Janevski Cedomir was the latest man to be ruled out of the national team’s camp in Johannesburg on Wednesday due to the coronavirus pandemic.

He failed a mandatory second Covid-19 test, after he had passed the first one.

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