A club in the Premier Soccer League confirmed that after their latest round of testing, one of their player’s results came back inconclusive.
Stellenbosch FC headed out to Gauteng today to join the biologically safe environment ahead of this weekend’s Absa Premiership clash against Golden Arrows.
However, following a round of testing which took place on Tuesday, August 11, the club confirmed that out of 43 players and staff, just one player’s results returned inconclusive and he has since remained behind to self-isolate until the sample is re-tested.
“SFC can confirm that out of the 43 players and staff members who were tested on Tuesday 11, unfortunately, one result came back inconclusive. The player is self-isolating and will not be travelling with the team to the BSE zone. The lab will conduct a re-test of the sample,” the club said on their official Twitter account.
The Western Cape-outfit has six matches left to play before the 2019/20 season is concluded, wherein they still have to face off with the likes of Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs and Cape Town City.