Coronavirus Hits FA League as Many Clubs Isolate and Training Grounds Closed

Coronavirus Hits FA League as Many Clubs Isolate and Training Grounds Closed

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Chelsea players are self-isolating after Callum Hudson Odoi tested positive for the virus last Thursday.

Mason Mount has apologised for playing football in public when he was supposed to be self-isolating, having been reminded of his responsibilities by the club.

Liverpool players are staying at home with individual training programmes.

Meanwhile next month's Hillsborough memorial service at Anfield has been postponed.

Manchester United have cancelled first-team training in line with government advice. Meanwhile, United have taken up the option to extend Nemanja Matic's contract by another year.

Arsenal are due to return to training on March 24, which is 14 days after the players last had contact with head coach Mikel Arteta, who tested positive for the coronavirus.

Everton's training ground has been closed as a precaution. Staff, including players, have been advised to stay away from all club sites until further notice.

Some Premier League teams are in self-isolation, some training grounds have been closed as a precaution, others are still taking to the grass.

                                     
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