Tottenham Hotspur’s match with Rennes within the Europa Conference League might perhaps perhaps no longer be rescheduled and has been referred to a disciplinary panel.
Eight gamers along with 5 crew contributors had been tested sure for COVID-19 final week and now Tottenham Hotspur’s match with Rennes within the Europa Conference League might perhaps perhaps no longer be rescheduled and has been referred to a disciplinary panel, UEFA confirmed on Saturday, December 11.
The fixture which changed into as soon as scheduled for December 9 changed into as soon as postponed following a predominant possibility of sure COVID-19 cases among gamers and associated crew within the Premier League membership. A UEFA express read: “Unfortunately, despite all efforts, a solution that might perhaps perhaps also work for every clubs can also no longer be realized. As a final end result, the match can no longer be played and the topic will, attributable to this fact, be referred to the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Physique for a resolution to be taken consistent with Annex J of the above-mentioned opponents rules.”
#TottenhamHotspur’s 2d match postponed this week after #PremierLeague agreed to call off Sunday’s game at #Brighton & #HoveAlbion attributable to a possibility of #COVID19 cases at #Londonclubhttps://t.co/djVJijoGxq
— Zee News English (@ZeeNewsEnglish) December 10, 2021
Earlier, Brighton & Hove Albion’s dwelling fixture towards Tottenham Hotspur, attributable to be played on Sunday, changed into as soon as furthermore postponed following a Premier League Board meeting. Eight gamers of Spurs’ first-team squad and 5 crew contributors get tested sure for COVID-19.
With inputs from ANI
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