IMAGE: The optimistic cases had been reported throughout Bengaluru FC’s coaching camp which started in Panaji on April 5. Photograph: Bengaluru FC/Instagram
Indian soccer membership Bengaluru FC on Wednesday stated three COVID-19 cases have been detected amongst its gamers and employees after the facet assembled for coaching in Panaji ahead of its AFC Qualifiers (Preliminary Stage Two) match on April 14.
The optimistic cases had been reported throughout BFC’s coaching camp which started on April 5.
“Latest COVID-19 tests within the Blues’ camp in Goa have shown three positive cases among players and staff,” the membership stated on its twitter deal with.
BFC will tackle both Nepal Army Club or Sri Lanka Police on the GMC Stadium in Bambolim on April 14.
Earlier, BFC skipper and India star Sunil Chettri had examined optimistic for COVID-19. The striker, nevertheless, has recovered.
BFC completed seventh on the desk on the finish of the final ISL league stage.
The former champions logged 22 factors after successful 5 matches, drawing seven and dropping eight video games.