Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Cameroon striker sacked after testing positive for HIV/AIDS

Samuel Nlend signed a three-year deal with the Egyptian side but stayed for only four days before being shown the door. Egyptian Premier League side Al Ittihad has terminated their contract with Cameroon star Samuel Nlend after the player tested positive for AIDS.

Nlend signed a three-year deal with the Egyptian side on August 24 but stayed for only four days before being shown the door on grounds of being ‘sick’.




The announcement of his sack was made by Ittihad’s media spokesperson who published the test results.

This unfamiliar happening was reported by the country’s media Kingfut.com, a thing which has seen the 21-year old striker being rendered jobless despite his bright football history. He has been capped five times by Cameroon, scoring in January’s African Cup of Nations competition before.

Al Ittihad finished last season’s league at position 14 out of 18 teams with 39 points.




6 comments:

  1. Where is the 21-year old? Did you use the wrong picture?

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  2. I thought any Professional player undergoes his/her medical before signing for any Club. How come the reverse is true in this case?

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  3. ........mmmmmmm this one na #ndontori

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  4. "....with Cameroon star Samuel Nlend after the player tested positive for AIDS.""" one teste positive for HIV and not AIDS. This is pure discrimination. Let him come and play in cameroon. we accept you for you. however, football players are known to wag that thing between their thighs carelessly. all football players should be careful

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  5. Is this post even legal?
    Isn't there a Doctor/patient confidentiality clause for HIV?AIDS status?
    You don't just flaunt stuff like this if its not verified. WTF!!

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