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Ivorian striker Ahmed Toure provides evidence he is HIV/AIDS negative

Posted On Monday, 12th November 2012

Ahmed Toure has provided an AIDS test which he test negative

Former Asante Kotoko striker Ahmed Toure is ready to take on Egyptian side El Gouna who announced he is HIV/AIDS positive.

The Ivorian has released the report of a test taken at the Al Moktabar Laboratories in Cairo on August 9, 2012 and signed by Dr Hend El Sherbini which he tested negative.

He has decided to seek justice from FIFA if the club is found to be behind the spreading of the false information about his health.

Toure has signed a pre-contract with El Gouna and agreed to join them in January when the transfer window re-opens.

An official of El Gouna, Ahmed Al Sohafey, told a reporter in Egypt that the 25-year-old has contracted the virus.

Al Sohafey also alleged that Toure left the North African country with a fake passport.

“I’m in Abidjan now and I did not run away with a fake passport and don’t believe the club is the source of the story,” Toure exclusively told MTNFootball.com.

“If the club is involved, then I will go to FIFA to report them.”

“I agreed to play for them next January after passing my medical test,” he added.

The 2011 Ghana Premier League Most Valuable Player quit Ghanaian champions Kotoko in July.

He has since joined Ivorian second-tier side Athletic FC Adjame to keep fit.

Toure played for Belgian side Lokeren, Africa Sport and Tunisian side CS Sfaxien.

He recently naturalized to play for Burkina Faso after attempts to play for Ghana proved futile.

Below is the scanned copy of Ahmed Toure’s medical report: 

 

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. BABA says:

    this was once said but his former club rejected it and even went on to threaten anyone who comes out to say that the guy was infected. Eeei so where did this infection come from? Plse ooooh, just a question ohhh

  2. mimi says:

    @BABA it came from sum gal in kumasi so zambians will avolid in celebration of the victory there

  3. king says:

    HIV aids is no more scary. Hey! Ahmed accept the fact that you are infected after all your test shows that it was conducted some 3 months ago.By which the virus was still in its nascent developmental stage. I believe the egytian club conducted the test when the virus has started to resurface. Anti-retrol viral drugs are available and I believe you can afford it.So buddy, don’t try to put dust in the eyes of the public. I will edge you to start going for the drugs before the the virus get out of hand.

  4. Mojahadine says:

    My advice to the Ahmed Toure guy is this health report was given to you on August 9, 2012, that is about 3 months ago. Anything could have happened between then and now.

    Based on what that team is saying and I quote

    “When we signed him he did not suffer from any diseases , however we do regular check ups for the players all times and we now know that he has the virus,” El Gouna director Ahmed Al Sohafey sai”

    My advise to you Mr. Toure is take an HIV test today or tomorrow to prove all the critics wrong.

  5. Mojahadine says:

    Hey, Ahmed Toure, after looking very closely at this report, I don’t even see your name anywhere on it.





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