Aubameyang, Lemina slam ‘false rumours’ and ‘liars’ as Afcon misery ends

The Gabon pair have been released from the Panthers camp in order to seek healthcare in Europe Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mario Lemina have taken to social media to criticise the alleged ‘false rumours’ that are being spread about them in the aftermath of their release from Gabon’s Africa Cup of Nations camp. The duo have endured a miserable tournament; testing positive for coronavirus on January 6—missing the Panthers’ first match against Comoros—and then being denied a return—despite testing negative—after residues of the virus were found in their systems before Gabon’s second Group C game against Ghana.

Aubameyang, Lemina slam ‘false rumours’ and ‘liars’ as Afcon misery ends
The Gabon pair have been released from the Panthers camp in order to seek healthcare in Europe Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mario Lemina have taken to social media to criticise the alleged ‘false rumours’ that are being spread about them in the aftermath of their release from Gabon’s Africa Cup of Nations camp. The duo have endured a miserable tournament; testing positive for coronavirus on January 6—missing the Panthers’ first match against Comoros—and then being denied a return—despite testing negative—after residues of the virus were found in their systems before Gabon’s second Group C game against Ghana.
  Head coach Patrice Neveu told GOAL on Monday that the pair had been released from the camp and will leave the Africa Cup of Nations in order to seek medical care and more in-depth exams in Europe.