The J-League on Thursday delayed Sagan Tosu’s next 3 organization suits after 10 people with the first-division side, consisting of supervisor Kim Myung Hwi checked favorable for the unique coronavirus, the organization claimed.
Sagan came to be the initial J-League club to have an infection collection, of 10 or even more favorable examinations, as well as has actually been advised by public health and wellness authorities in Tosu, Saga Prefecture, to put on hold tasks for 2 weeks.
Sagan Tosu supervisor Kim Myung Hwi. (Photo thanks to J League)(Kyodo)
Sagan was to host Gamba Osaka on Saturday, as well as dip into Vegalta Sendai on Wednesday with an additional house suit versus Consadole Sapporo on Aug. 23. No brand-new days have actually been revealed for those games to be played.
Football: Sagan employee examination favorable, Levain Cup suit halted
Football: Sagan Tosu supervisor Kim examinations favorable for coronavirus
On Wednesday, Sagan’s Tosu’s Levain Cup group-stage video game at Sanfrecce Hiroshima was stopped as well as will certainly not be rescheduled. Neither Sanfrecce neither Sagan would certainly be qualified to progress from the team round despite that suit’s end result.
In enhancement to Kim, 6 gamers as well as 3 participants of the group’s team had actually checked favorable by Wednesday, although none had actually reported any kind of major signs.
In order to stem the spread of the coronavirus, the J-League put on hold all main suits from completion of February prior to rebooting at the end of June.