The Wydad of Casablanca faces the contamination of two people of its staff. The results of laboratory tests for the detection of the coronavirus, carried out by the components of the sports team of the have confirmed the presence of two positive cases.
Two members of the technical staff of Wydad in Casablanca contracted the coronavirus, namely the assistant trainer and the physical trainer. A contamination that occurs a few days before the Reds meet against the Hearts of Oak, as part of the second round of the African Champions League which will take place on Sunday, October 17.
In addition, this meeting which will take place in Ghana, in the capital Accra, will see the participation of 2000 spectators after a decision of the African Football Confederation (CAF).
The WAC will travel to Ghana on Friday, so that coach Walid Regragui can supervise at least two training sessions in Morocco, in the presence of all his players.
Selection B players played in the friendly match of Sierra Leone, and Ayoub Amloud competed with the Moroccan national team, Simon Msuva with the Tanzanian team and Muaid Ellafi with the Libyan team.
Wydad are complaining about several absences, the latest of which is Reda Al-Jaadi, who was injured during the Al-Radeef friendly match, and will be out of the stadiums for more than a month and a half.
The Casablanca giant will be looking to come back with a positive result that will facilitate his mission in the return match to ensure the transition to the group stage.