Odisha FC’s first-choice goalkeeper Kamaljit Singh examined constructive for COVID-19 moments earlier than the group’s match towards Kerala Blasters on Wednesday in a one other setback to the Indian Super League’s bio-secure bubble right here.
“Kamaljit has tested positive but the match is on as per schedule as the rest of the players have tested negative in the team. We have our reserve goalkeeper (Arshdeep Singh) ready,” sources near the event advised PTI right here.
He additional stated Kamaljit had developed signs and was instantly remoted.
OFC’s final match towards ATK Mohun Bagan on Saturday needed to be postponed after a participant within the Mariners camp examined constructive within the first official case of COVID-19 within the match being held in Goa in a decent bio-bubble.
But since then there have been rising issues about attainable unfold of COVID-19 contained in the bubble with 4 prime ATK Mohun Bagan gamers additionally testing constructive.
Also on Sunday, FC Goa have been pressured to cancel their coaching session after a participant was feared to have examined constructive.
Thereafter, three FC Goa gamers and a member of the teaching workers have been despatched into isolation after their stories confirmed contrasting outcomes.