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Heung-min Son and other confirmed rumors Tottenham to participate in tomorrow’s conference league

While waiting for additional PCR test results in the local media “6, 7 positive in group 1” reports
Discussing postponement of this month’s EPL game

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As Son Heung-min (29, Tottenham, photo) is caught up in rumors of a new coronavirus infection (Corona 19), Tottenham are reported to be discussing postponement of the game with the English Premier League (EPL) secretariat.

British Sky Sports reported on the 8th that the UEFA Europa Conference League group stage match between Tottenham and Stade Rennes (France) to be held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 10th, will be played as scheduled on the 8th.

According to the BBC and The Guardian, six and seven Tottenham first-team players tested positive for Corona 19 as a result of a gene amplification (PCR) test conducted by the EPL Secretariat. ‘Football Insider’ reported that Son Heung-min also tested positive. Along with Son Heung-min, Lucas Mora, Emerson Royal, Brian Hill, Ben Davis, and Christian Romero were mentioned as confirmed cases.

Son Heung-min was also designated as a confirmed patient along with Hill when two confirmed cases were confirmed at Tottenham in October. However, as a result of an additional test, it was negative, and it ended with an incident. On the 7th (local time), Tottenham Hotspur uploaded a video of Son Heung-min’s ’73m sprint wonder goal’ against Burnley last year on the 7th (local time) through the official Twitter, and wrote, “Heung-min Son did it that day.” Tottenham Hotspur is said to be waiting for additional PCR test results without an official announcement on whether or not the players under his team, including Son Heung-min, are confirmed to have COVID-19. Those who test positive are required to enter quarantine for 10 days in accordance with quarantine guidelines. Tottenham are scheduled to play against Rennes on the 10th, Brighton on the 12th, and Leicester City on the 17th in the Premier League. The patient cannot play in all three games.

If there are 14 or more players including the goalkeeper according to EPL rules and 13 or more players according to UEFA rules, the game will proceed normally. It is reported that Tottenham have started discussions with the EPL Secretariat about whether to proceed with the Brighton match.

By Kim Dong-wook, staff reporter [email protected]

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