Coruna strikes again the English Premier League clubs

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In a Saturday night statement, the association stated that 996 of the players and team members had undergone on May 19, 21 and 22 examinations. "Covid-19".

And she followed "Among these checks, two positive results came from two different clubs" She did not disclose to whom you are accustomed, indicating that the two persons involved "They will be kept in a voluntary stone for a period of seven days"As quoted "France Press".

The League has said this week that it conducted 748 examinations on May 17-18, six of which were positive, in three of the 20 clubs in the Premier League.

The association explained in its new statement that the six cases were recorded in the first round of examinations "Not included in the numbers May 19-22, because they (the injured) are still during the seven-day isolation period".

The association confirmed that it publishes the numbers "For the purpose of credibility of competition and transparency, no details of clubs or individuals will be provided by the association, and the results will be announced after each examination round.".

The association’s CEO, Richard Masters, had expressed confidence this week that he could resume playing behind closed doors against fans, starting in the middle of next month.

This weekend, English clubs returned to exercises in small groups, while observing a strict health protocol and social space restrictions.

The association hopes to complete the competitions as of mid-June, and is engaged in continuous discussions with clubs and stakeholders in order to draw a picture of the remainder of the 2019-2020 season, after it received the government green light to return to the stadiums starting from the beginning of next month.

There are nine stages (out of 38) remaining in the Premier League, and topping Liverpool His ranking is 25 points (and more games) than the defending champion Manchester City.

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This comes about three weeks before mid-June, which is the approximate date that the association hopes to be able to resume championship pending pending since mid-March due to the outbreak of “Covid-19”.

The association stated in a statement on Saturday night that 996 of the players and members of the teams had undergone on May 19, 21 and 22 examinations of “Covid-19”.

And she continued, “Among these tests, two positive results came from two different clubs,” which did not reveal to those who have become accustomed, noting that the two persons concerned “will remain in voluntary quarantine for a period of seven days,” according to “AFP.”

The League has said this week that it conducted 748 examinations on May 17-18, six of which were positive, in three of the 20 clubs in the Premier League.

The association stated in its new statement that the six cases recorded in the first round of examinations “are not included in the numbers from May 19-22, because they (the injured) are still during the seven-day isolation period.”

The association confirmed that it publishes the numbers “for the purpose of credibility of competition and transparency and no details of clubs or individuals will be provided by the association, and the results will be announced after each round of examinations.”

The association’s CEO, Richard Masters, had expressed confidence this week that he could resume playing behind closed doors against fans, starting in the middle of next month.

This weekend, English clubs returned to exercises in small groups, while observing a strict health protocol and social space restrictions.

The association hopes to complete the competitions as of mid-June, and is engaged in continuous discussions with clubs and stakeholders in order to draw a picture of the remainder of the 2019-2020 season, after it received the government green light to return to the stadiums starting from the beginning of next month.

Nine stages (out of 38) remain in the Premier League, and Liverpool lead the standings by 25 points (and more games) than the second defending champion Manchester City.







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