Last Updated: 19/05/20 8:50pm
Burnley have confirmed that assistant manager Ian Woan examined positive for coronavirus on Sunday.
The Premier League introduced earlier on Tuesday that six positive circumstances of coronavirus throughout three golf equipment had been confirmed amongst an preliminary 748 exams carried out on each gamers and non-playing employees.
Burnley stated Woan is at the moment asymptomatic and can now observe Premier League necessities by self-isolating for seven days, with a view to being examined once more on Monday.
“Burnley football club can confirm that after completing a Covid-19 test on Sunday, 17th May, assistant manager Ian Woan has tested positive,” the membership stated in a press release launched on Tuesday night.
“The Burnley first-team squad and taking part in employees have been all examined final weekend, forward of a return to coaching.
“Ian is asymptomatic and is at the moment secure and nicely at residence.
“He will remain in close communication with club personnel regarding his re-engagement in training once he is clear of the virus.”
The Premier League’s announcement earlier on Tuesday revealed that the six positive exams had come throughout three golf equipment, however didn’t reveal which groups the circumstances had come from.
Squads started non-contact coaching on Tuesday, with twice-weekly testing to be carried out across the classes in try to keep away from the unfold of the virus.
Burnley added that it will “continue to follow the first stage of the return to training protocol, while adhering to Premier League guidance in terms of testing all players and backroom staff twice per week”.
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