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PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2021 4:15 pm 
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If this happens to be true, CAF should do something about it.

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If its turns out to be a false + then CAF needs to punish Benin to send a strong message or African countries will use the same tactics during WCQ. I see North Africans especially using this to gain yet another undue advantage.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2021 4:54 pm 
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Could it be a false positive?

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whose idea was it to have host nations testing opponents instead of an independent agency

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jette1 wrote:
whose idea was it to have host nations testing opponents instead of an independent agency

Now that's the question.

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jette1 wrote:
whose idea was it to have host nations testing opponents instead of an independent agency


Every country has its own Covid19 protocols visitors must adhere to. I don't believe Benin Republic decided to clear 23 players and coaches, but give only Iwobi fake positive result. If he does not have the virus, then the only possible explanation is that it was a false positive result as someone already said.

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Accusing a country of administering a fake test is reckless talk.


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Accusing a country of administering a fake test is reckless talk.

Very.

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kalani JR wrote:
Accusing a country of administering a fake test is reckless talk.



highly irresponsible.

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Not only that...
In watching a few videos of how some of the players and staff were not observing basic COVID19 protocols, like social distancing and masking, especially during interviews with the local press, it was no surprise this happened.
Such recklessness was quite an open invitation for an infection.

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Accusing a country of administering a fake test is reckless talk.

highly irresponsible.


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Very stupid behavior. If you don't want to wear a mask, then don't do it. But don't put the dam thing under your chin. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

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jette1 wrote:
whose idea was it to have host nations testing opponents instead of an independent agency
Good point.

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kalani JR wrote:
Accusing a country of administering a fake test is reckless talk.
True, but a country that denied their visitors from a crucial practise session by 'offing' the floodlights can do anything.
It's called dirty tricks and we'll just have to await the next batch of results.

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Maybe Rohr meant to say false positive not fake? There's a difference. English is not Rohr's first language.


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Damunk wrote:
kalani JR wrote:
Accusing a country of administering a fake test is reckless talk.
True, but a country that denied their visitors from a crucial practise session by 'offing' the floodlights can do anything.
It's called dirty tricks and we'll just have to await the next batch of results.



So you think it's possible for Benin Republic to clear 23 players, and all the coaches only to falsify only Iwobi's result all I'm the name of dirty tricks?

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1naija wrote:
Damunk wrote:
kalani JR wrote:
Accusing a country of administering a fake test is reckless talk.
True, but a country that denied their visitors from a crucial practise session by 'offing' the floodlights can do anything.
It's called dirty tricks and we'll just have to await the next batch of results.



So you think it's possible for Benin Republic to clear 23 players, and all the coaches only to falsify only Iwobi's result all I'm the name of dirty tricks?


do you think it's impossible to have host countries supply the referees and officials for a qualifier match against another nation. why isn't this done

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1naija wrote:
Damunk wrote:
kalani JR wrote:
Accusing a country of administering a fake test is reckless talk.
True, but a country that denied their visitors from a crucial practise session by 'offing' the floodlights can do anything.
It's called dirty tricks and we'll just have to await the next batch of results.



So you think it's possible for Benin Republic to clear 23 players, and all the coaches only to falsify only Iwobi's result all I'm the name of dirty tricks?
Of course it's possible.
Whether it is probable is a different question.
Countries have done far worse in pursuit of winning a football match.

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olu wrote:
Maybe Rohr meant to say false positive not fake? There's a difference. English is not Rohr's first language.
Yes that's a good point.
But a 'false positive' can and should be confirmed to be such by a subsequent test nullifying it.
So in this specific case, they could have done a repeat test almost immediately. A negative test would confirm the first test as a 'false positive'.
No need to wait until their return to Lagos. I wonder whether they did a repeat on the day.
In short, its not clear what really happened but bottom line is Iwobi was taken out of the equation.
'Neutralised'. :D

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"Iwobi has left the camp," Eagles spokesman Babafemi Raji told AFP.
"Before he left, he did not show any symptoms, he was fine."

Read more at:
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/arti ... =cppstRead more at:

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According to several doctors I spoke with and by virtue of the type of tests out there (likely PCR), it is more likely to have a 'false negative' than have a 'false positive'.
Damunk wrote:
olu wrote:
Maybe Rohr meant to say false positive not fake? There's a difference. English is not Rohr's first language.
Yes that's a good point.
But a 'false positive' can and should be confirmed to be such by a subsequent test nullifying it.
So in this specific case, they could have done a repeat test almost immediately. A negative test would confirm the first test as a 'false positive'.
No need to wait until their return to Lagos. I wonder whether they did a repeat on the day.
In short, its not clear what really happened but bottom line is Iwobi was taken out of the equation.
'Neutralised'. :D


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Damunk wrote:
"Iwobi has left the camp," Eagles spokesman Babafemi Raji told AFP.
"Before he left, he did not show any symptoms, he was fine."

Read more at:
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/arti ... =cppstRead more at:


Hope he was quarantined from the rest of the team...hopefully they understand how COVID works regardless if you are showing symptoms or not, b/c this statement dey one kin...

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This is likely an indication that his second test came back positive.
He doesn't have to show any obvious signs of the virus, as he might be asymptomatic.

Considering the nonchalant behavior exhibited by Iwobi, Ola Aina, Osimhen and others (as witnessed in some of the pictures/videos posted online) regarding COVID 19 safety protocols, would be surprised if there aren't any other 'positives' in the team.
Damunk wrote:
"Iwobi has left the camp," Eagles spokesman Babafemi Raji told AFP.
"Before he left, he did not show any symptoms, he was fine."

Read more at:
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/arti ... =cppstRead more at:


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Otitokoro wrote:
This is likely an indication that his second test came back positive.
He doesn't have to show any obvious signs of the virus, as he might be asymptomatic.

Considering the nonchalant behavior exhibited by Iwobi, Ola Aina, Osimhen and others (as witnessed in some of the pictures/videos posted online) regarding COVID 19 safety protocols, would be surprised if there aren't any other 'positives' in the team.
Damunk wrote:
"Iwobi has left the camp," Eagles spokesman Babafemi Raji told AFP.
"Before he left, he did not show any symptoms, he was fine."

Read more at:
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/arti ... =cppstRead more at:
That's the worry.

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