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Football Today – Aubameyang Is Being Allowed to Return to Arsenal

Football Today – Aubameyang Is Being Allowed to Return to Arsenal

Gabon captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s ongoing health problems, that he still encounters during international duty, means he may leave for home. Among match results in Africa Cup of Nations news in football today, Aubameyang is being allowed to return to Arsenal.

The Gunners skipper has yet to feature in the biennial African tournament after testing positive for Covid-19 (the football news). While he would have returned against Ghana earlier this week, Gabon themselves have blocked their captain’s comeback on medical grounds.

Football Today – Aubameyang Is Being Allowed to Return to Arsenal

And now, Panthers coach Patrice Neveu has confirmed that they will let the striker to return to Arsenal. This way, his ongoing health problems — and the nature of the Covid-19 residue in his system — can be properly assessed.

“Since yesterday, the decision was taken to send them home to their club,” Neveu said, about Aubameyang and team-mate Mario Lemina. “We can’t judge it here [in Cameroon], we can’t assess the pathology of Covid here.

“It’s important that Mario returns to Nice and Pierre returns to Arsenal,” he added. “It’s a decision that we’ve taken among ourselves.”

The Gabon Football Federation also subsequently confirmed in a statement that they were allowing the players’ released from international duty.

“The Gabonese Football Federation has decided to put the players Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mario Lemina back at the disposition of their clubs in order for them to follow more in-depth exams,” read a brief communique from the Federation.

Aubameyang, then, had to deny rumours that his exit had to do with his indiscipline.

The Gabon captain wrote on Twitter: “We have problems that are already complicated to solve, then on top of that there are rumours, in short, we have health to take care of first and foremost, I won’t go back to address these false rumours and I sincerely hope that our team will go as far as possible.”

“I’m not even going to feed the lies which seek to harm. I have nothing to do with them,” Gabon teammate Lemina wrote on his Instagram story. “I have pain upon pain for my national team, which is surrounded by liars seeking a buzz.”

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