The Gabonese national football team is on the verge of placing in the second phase of the African Cup of Nations, although the first star, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, has not had the help since the start of the competition.
He will not have it in the continuation either, because the attacker left for London due to health problems. It was written that he and the midfielder of Nice, Mario Lemina, were expelled from the national team for violating discipline, which they denied via social networks before the match against Morocco Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mario Lemina, and the striker of the Moroccan Tangier, Axel Méyé, have been tested by doctors, and the consequences that the coronavirus has left on their health have been established.
Specifically, they have been found to have certain heart problems. That is how the striker of London's Arsenal returns to the English capital, in order to do additional examinations, although he has returned to training and is feeling well.
The experienced goalscorer, whose captain's armband was taken away from him by Arsenal at the beginning of December - he traveled to Barcelona to get a tattoo just before the game - got a tattoo and denied the stories about new disciplinary violations.
"We have problems that are difficult to solve on their own, and then gossip appears ... Health must come first. I do not want to talk about false rumors and I hope that the national team will achieve the best possible result," Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang wrote on Twitter
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was positive
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang received a positive test on COVID19 upon his arrival in Cameroon, where he was supposed to join the Gabonese national team.
He got a negative result last week and returned to training, but he will still not be available to coach "As you know, he is a key Arsenal player, although he is currently going through a difficult period. After all, we always have to answer to the clubs.
They pay them and when their health is endangered, we have to be reasonable," said the French expert. It was speculated that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mario Lemina brought the girls to the hotel where the national team is, and those stories especially affected the former midfielder of Juventus, Southampton, and Fulham.
"I don't want to give importance to those lies that try to hurt us. They don't touch me at all. It's hard for me because the national team is surrounded by lies that seek controversy." "Good luck in the continuation of the competition and I'm looking forward to the next call. Distance will only bring us closer." , is the message of the Nice football player.