Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang Slams CAF & Makes ‘Hostages’ Comment After Weird Airport Delay
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang documented his ordeal whereas caught inside an airport on Sunday evening as his Gabon facet travelled to face Gambia.
The Arsenal striker and his teammates arrived in Gambia on Sunday evening forward of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier however have been apparently left ready within the airport by employees. Some gamers have been left to sleep on the ground and even had their passports confiscated regardless of proving that they had handed Covid-19 assessments.
After initially arriving at 23:30 it wasn’t till 06:00 on Monday that the group have been allowed entry into the nation. Their recreation in opposition to Gambia kicked off simply ten hours later, with preparations absolutely disturbed by such a prolonged delay.
Aubameyang made clear his frustration over the wait on his Instagram story and Twitter within the early hours, posting photos of himself and his teammates ready round.
In a single put up Aubameyang claimed he was made to really feel like a ‘hostage’ whereas he slammed the Confederation of Africa (CAF) for the poor organisation that result in the ordeal.
In a message to CAF he wrote: “Simply wish to know why Gambia preserve our passports for hours and so they preserve us on the airport are we hostage or what? Are you gonna shut your eyes?”
At 6:00 am Aubameyang lastly let his followers know that he and his teammates have been on the bus and on their manner out of the airport, thanking employees for ‘the additional motivation’ forward of the qualifier.
Nonetheless, Gabon went on to lose the controversial fixture 2-1, whereas Aubameyang didn’t get on the scoresheet.
As reported by the Telegraph, the Gambia Soccer Federation has claimed ‘issues’ on the airport over Covid-19 testing as the rationale for the delay, whereas CAF has stepped in to launch an investigation into the problem.
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