Namibia – Senegal: Good news, the « English » will be available


Aliou Cissé, the national coach of the Lions will now be able to count on Senegalese players playing in the Premier League for the second leg against Namibia set for October 12 at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto.

While we feared being able to play the second leg in South Africa against Namibia counting for the fourth day of the World Cup qualifiers without the Senegalese players playing in the Premier League because of the coronavirus. But reassuring news has just fallen. Indeed, according to Me Augustin Senghor, president of the Senegalese Football Federation, South Africa will no longer be, from Monday considered a country on the red list.

Suddenly, the Senegalese technician Aliou Cissé will be able to use « the English ». They are Édouard Mendy, Cheikhou Kouyate, Nampalys, Sadio Mane, Ismaila Sarr and Seny Dieng. These players who are all playing in the English league will be authorized from Monday to travel to South Africa, which will no longer appear on the red list of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Senegalese football boss let it be known this evening at the end of the first leg, won by the Lions. Remember that the Senegalese delegation will be leaving Dakar for Johannesburg tonight.

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