We will not be able to participate in the AFC Champions League

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After confirming a positive corona virus test

The UAE club Al-Wahda informed the AFC that it was unable to travel to Qatar in order to complete the AFC Champions League (West), as the team is currently ranked second in Group A, after confirming that several members of the team had tested positive for the new Corona virus.

The AFC has contacted the UAE Football Association to inform it that its request and the club’s request to postpone the group stage matches, due to the completion of preparations and the arrival of many teams to Qatar in order to compete.

Today, Thursday, the Abu Dhabi Government Media Office announced the existence of an infection within the Unity team’s staff and placed all contacts in quarantine for a period of 14 days through its official account on the “Twitter” website, saying: “The Abu Dhabi Sports Council, in cooperation with the Department of Health and the Abu Dhabi Center for Public Health, applies Preventive and precautionary measures after suspected infection with the Covid-19 virus among the Al-Wahda club staff, where all contacts were placed in quarantine for a period of 14 days, with the necessary examinations conducted in accordance with the approved protocol.

“Accordingly, the team and the accompanying staff will not be able to travel and participate in the AFC Champions League to complete the quarantine period, which overlaps with the timing of the tournament matches,” he added.

It is noteworthy that Al-Wehda plays in the first group, which also includes the Iranian Al-Istiqlal, Al-Ahly Saudi and Iraqi Police teams, as it ranks second in the first group ranking table with four points behind the goal difference from Al-Ahly of Saudi Arabia. The forerunner.

The Emirati team was scheduled to meet the Iranian independence of Tehran, on September 14, at Khalifa International Stadium, in the third round of the group stage.

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UAE unity: We will not be able to participate in the AFC Champions League

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The UAE club Al-Wahda informed the AFC that it was unable to travel to Qatar in order to complete the AFC Champions League (West), as the team is currently ranked second in Group A, after confirming that several members of the team had tested positive for the new Corona virus.

The AFC has contacted the UAE Football Association to inform it that its request and the club’s request to postpone the group stage matches, due to the completion of preparations and the arrival of many teams to Qatar in order to compete.

Today, Thursday, the Abu Dhabi Government Media Office announced the existence of an infection within the Unity team’s staff and placed all contacts in quarantine for a period of 14 days through its official account on the “Twitter” website, saying: “The Abu Dhabi Sports Council, in cooperation with the Department of Health and the Abu Dhabi Center for Public Health, applies Preventive and precautionary measures after suspected infection with the Covid-19 virus within the Al-Wahda Club staff, where all contacts were placed in quarantine for a period of 14 days, with the necessary examinations performed in accordance with the approved protocol.

“Accordingly, the team and the accompanying staff will not be able to travel and participate in the AFC Champions League to complete the quarantine period, which overlaps with the timing of the tournament matches,” he added.

It is noteworthy that Al-Wehda plays within the first group, which also includes the Iranian Al-Istiqlal, Al-Ahly Saudi and Iraqi Police teams, as it ranks second in the first group ranking table with four points behind the goal difference from Al-Ahly of Saudi Arabia. The forerunner.

The Emirati team was scheduled to meet the Iranian independence of Tehran, on September 14, at Khalifa International Stadium, in the third round of the group stage.

September 10, 2020 – Muharram 22, 1442

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After confirming a positive corona virus test

The UAE club Al-Wahda informed the AFC that it was unable to travel to Qatar in order to complete the AFC Champions League (West), as the team is currently ranked second in Group A, after confirming that several members of the team had tested positive for the new Corona virus.

The AFC has contacted the UAE Football Association, informing it that its request and the club’s request to postpone the group stage matches, due to the completion of preparations and the arrival of many teams to Qatar in order to compete.

Today, Thursday, the Abu Dhabi Government Media Office announced the existence of an infection within the Unity team’s staff and placed all contacts in quarantine for a period of 14 days through its official account on the “Twitter” website, saying: “The Abu Dhabi Sports Council, in cooperation with the Department of Health and the Abu Dhabi Center for Public Health, applies Preventive and precautionary measures after suspected infection with the Covid-19 virus among the Al-Wahda club staff, where all contacts were placed in quarantine for a period of 14 days, with the necessary examinations conducted in accordance with the approved protocol.

“Accordingly, the team and the accompanying staff will not be able to travel and participate in the AFC Champions League to complete the quarantine period, which overlaps with the timing of the tournament matches,” he added.

It is noteworthy that Al-Wehda plays within the first group, which also includes the Iranian Al-Istiqlal, Al-Ahly Saudi and Iraqi Police teams, as it ranks second in the first group ranking table with four points behind the goal difference from Al-Ahly of Saudi Arabia. The forerunner.

The Emirati team was scheduled to meet the Iranian independence of Tehran, on September 14, at Khalifa International Stadium, in the third round of the group stage.





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