FOUR Manchester Metropolis Ladies first-team gamers have examined optimistic for coronavirus after reportedly travelling to Dubai over the Christmas break.
As reported by the Telegraph, the unnamed aces had the membership’s full permission to fly to UAE as Manchester was beneath Tier Three restrictions on the time.
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FOUR Man Metropolis Ladies gamers have examined optimistic for coronavirus after reportedly visiting Dubai
That meant that abroad was permitted beneath the Authorities’s rules and Dubai’s boarders had been open to the UK.
Saturday’s recreation in opposition to West Ham continues to be set to go forward, however the state of affairs will probably be reportedly be monitored.
An announcement by the membership learn: “Manchester Metropolis FC can verify that 4 Ladies’s First Staff gamers have examined optimistic for COVID-19.
“The personnel concerned will now observe a interval of self-isolation in accordance with FA and UK Authorities protocol on quarantine.
“Everybody on the Membership needs our colleagues a speedy restoration forward of their return to work, coaching and competitors.”
It’s understood that the WSL has seen an increase in optimistic exams because the Christmas break, after a number of superstars travelled overseas.
The FA is about to publish the total testing outcomes from the ladies’s top-flight and Championship this night.
Metropolis’s information got here after the lads’s aspect had been hit badly by Covid-19 across the festive interval, with at least SIX players returning positive test results.
The Etihad Campus coaching floor continues to be open however the membership are working arduous to restrict the variety of folks on website.
Kyle Walker and Gabriel Jesus had been confirmed to have examined optimistic simply earlier than Christmas.
Goalkeeper Ederson and striker Ferran Torres had been unavailable for the sport at Stamford Bridge.
Eric Garcia became the latest City star to test positive, together with an unnamed member of teaching employees.