Football: Maquis postpone match against Sagrada Esperança

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Luena - The team of FC Bravos do Maquis do Moxico postponed the match against Sagrada Esperança, scheduled for this Saturday (30), for the seventh round of the First Division National Football Championship (Girabola2020/21), due to Covid-19 positive cases reported in the club.

This is the third game postponed by Moxico's club, after eight players and three members of the technical team tested positive for Covid-19, diagnosed last Wednesday before the match against Cuando Cubango FC, in Bié province.

For the same reason, Bravos do Maquis - Desportivo da Huíla had been suspended, until then scheduled for last Friday, at the Mundunduleno Stadium, in Luena.

Speaking today to ANGOP, the FC Maquis football director, Nelson Milione Ilunga, said that the decision to postpone the match had already been communicated to the Huila Sports Directorate and the Angolan Football Federation (FAF).

In relation to the clinical state of health of the athletes, he said they were stable and all were asymptomatic. 

FC Bravos do Maquis are seventh in the league table, with seven points, in a tournament led by Petro de Luanda, with 15 points.

This is the third game postponed by Moxico's club, after eight players and three members of the technical team tested positive for Covid-19, diagnosed last Wednesday before the match against Cuando Cubango FC, in Bié province.

For the same reason, Bravos do Maquis - Desportivo da Huíla had been suspended, until then scheduled for last Friday, at the Mundunduleno Stadium, in Luena.

Speaking today to ANGOP, the FC Maquis football director, Nelson Milione Ilunga, said that the decision to postpone the match had already been communicated to the Huila Sports Directorate and the Angolan Football Federation (FAF).

In relation to the clinical state of health of the athletes, he said they were stable and all were asymptomatic. 

FC Bravos do Maquis are seventh in the league table, with seven points, in a tournament led by Petro de Luanda, with 15 points.