The FC Nantes club announced on Friday that it had detected three positive cases for Covid-19 within its professional group. A player is affected, midfielder Marcus Coco, a member of the staff and a member of the administrative staff. The Loire-Atlantique side have to face the Belgian team of Anderlecht in a friendly match on Saturday and traveled with “a small group”.
After Toulouse, the Covid-19 continues to be rife in the French championship. It’s the turn of the FC Nantes
to be affected by the pandemic with three positive cases after tests carried out Thursday. Midfielder Marcus Coco
, barely recovered from a rupture of a cruciate ligament during the first day of Ligue 1 last season, is part of it and will have to stay away from the squad while he heals. A member of the staff and administrative staff “close to the professional workforce
“are also affected, but the three cases are asymptomatic, says the club.
Despite the end of the French championship, the new coronavirus continues to be rife and has shown itself to be more and more active in recent days. The Loire-Atlantique club is the second affected after the relegated Toulouse at the beginning of the month. “A strengthening of health measures will be applied within the club “specified the FCN.
Nantes must travel to Belgium on Saturday to face the Anderlecht club (3 p.m.). The meeting was maintained, as well as the Friday morning training at La Jonelière, but with a group from Nantes “reduced“. “Only people who test negative will travel“ensures the 13th in the championship last season.
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