Sports coach Ruben Amorim has tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and is in isolation, and today Lusa, a source linked to the operation, confirmed the absence of the club’s next matches in the Portuguese Premier League.
The coach is asymptomatic, but he has to comply with isolation, forcing him to miss Friday’s match against Santa Clara, in the 17th round of the Portuguese First Football League, as well as the Portuguese Cup quarter-final match, against. Leça, scheduled for Tuesday.
This is the second time that Robin Amorim has tested positive for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, having already contracted it in September 2020.
At Sporting, defender Goncalo Inacio and Brazilian striker Bruno Tabata are in isolation after also testing positive.
Boro and Ugarte joined this morning’s training
Spanish right-back Pedro Boro and Uruguayan midfielder Manuel Ugarte participated in Sporting’s morning training today, with the aim of their visit to Santa Clara, on Friday, in the Azores, to participate in the first football league.
Pedro Boro (previously infected) and Manuel Ugarte (who was previously infected with SARS-CoV-2) are already discharged. Jovan Cabral has been handed over to the medical department, along with Bruno Tabata and Gonzalo Inacio, who are still in isolation. The ‘Black’ is back To the exercises on Thursday morning, in Alcochet,” as stated in a statement from the “Greens and Whites” team.
Today, it was also confirmed, through a source linked to the operation, that Sporting coach, Ruben Amorim, has also tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and is in isolation, and has missed the club’s following matches in the Portuguese I. football League.
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