The 'gender verification' test ruled Barbra Banda ineligible
Barbra Banda, who leads Zambia's public group, has been ruled ineligible for this year's Africa Cup of Nations by Zambian soccer experts.
Banda, a 22-year-old forward, scored two full go-arounds finally summer's Olympics and has succeeded for her Chinese club, Shanghai Shengli
Yet, she was strangely "inaccessible" for Zambia's ladies' AFCON opener on Sunday because of what Zambia's soccer organization (FAZ) called "clinical reasons."
Reports before long arose that pre-competition tests had uncovered regular testosterone levels that surpassed limits set by overseeing bodies.
Andrew Kamanga, the FAZ president, said in a proclamation Wednesday that the guidelines are those of the African soccer confederation, CAF,
And in accordance with guidelines created by FIFA, the game's worldwide overseeing body.
CAF has limited any association with Banda's nonattendance, and didn't answer Yahoo Sports' solicitation for input.
"Every one of the players needed to go through orientation check, a CAF necessity, and tragically she didn't meet the models set by CAF."