Tottenham’s Premier League match from Brighton on Sunday has been postponed following a widespread coronavirus outbreak at the north London club.
Spurs’ Europa Conference League match versus Rennes was referred to as off on Thursday after eight gamers and five customers of staff analyzed favourable for Covid-19.
The Premier League Board granted a request from Tottenham for their match at the Amex Stadium to be rearranged adhering to a assembly on Thursday.
“The Leading League Board has taken the choice to postpone the video game pursuing advice from health care advisers, with the wellbeing of gamers and employees the priority,” the Premier League explained in a assertion.
A day for the rearranged fixture will be announced in thanks study course.
On Wednesday, Spurs head coach Antonio Conte stated he was “terrified” by the club’s ongoing outbreak and described the condition as “significant” which has led to their first-staff coaching centre staying closed.
A Spurs statement go through: “We ought to like to apologise to everybody at Stade Rennais and Brighton & Hove Albion and to each their supporters and ours for any inconvenience brought about.
“We really should also like to thank both of those golf equipment for their being familiar with during these challenging times.”
Premier League clubs have reverted to ’emergency Covid protocols’ for initial-group squads all over coaching grounds and stadiums, which involves social distancing, mask-carrying and treatment method no extended than 15 mins for each session.
The Premier League will proceed to stick to Govt direction, with gamers and employees who check optimistic needing to isolate for 10 days with no sporting exception.
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