#Coronavirus: Kenya Striker Juma Isolated by JS Kabylie

#Coronavirus: Kenya Striker Juma Isolated by JS Kabylie
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The striker will presently miss the group's underlying instructional meetings awaiting additional tests on whether he is positive or not

Kenya striker Masoud Juma has been isolated by his Algerian outfit JS Kabylie in front of preparing in anticipation of football to return in the North Africa nation.

The East African will be detached close by partner Daibeche Oussama after he was associated with contracting Covid-19 and until tests are done, the team won't be permitted to blend with others.

"Juma and Daibeche weren't voyaging this [Friday]," JS Kabylie affirmed through their authority Facebook page.

"Surely, following uncertainty about conceivable sullying of the two players. Club specialist Dr. Djadjoua has chosen to isolate them for the conclusive outcomes of PCR tests."

The group is as of now outdoors in Mostaganem in front of the new mission, preparing in little gatherings and are carefully on a set program to guarantee wellbeing measures are watched.

Juma has been with the Algerian outfit since July 29, 2019.

The forward, who won the Golden Boot with Kariobangi Sharks in the 2017 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) season, has played for various clubs, locally and abroad.

In June 2017, Juma prepared with Swedish clubs AIK and Jonkopings Sodra, trailed by South African side Bidvest Wits in July, however he was marked by Cape Town City in January 2018.

On September 22, Juma marked for Dibba Al Fujairah before he left to join Libyan bosses Al-Nasr Benghazi.

Juma made his senior global presentation for Kenya in June 2017, when he was named in the beginning XI of a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against Sierra Leone.

He was the subject of extreme analysis from the Kenyan fans following his presentation, principally originating from a missed shot in the early minutes of what in the end finished as a 2-1 annihilation.

Pundits felt that the beginning job ought to have been given to a more settled striker, in particular Stephen Waruru – the KPL's top scorer at that point.

He earned his second top during a cordial against Mauritania two months after the fact, where he scored with a 58th-minute header.

The 23-year-old has nine Harambee Stars tops added to his repertoire.

In October a year ago, the player was called up to the Harambee Stars crew for the well disposed game against Mozambique yet pulled back attributable to a knee injury.


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