Two Shamrock Rovers players are positive for coronavirus

Shamrock Rovers have confirmed that Aaron Greene has tested positive for Covid-19 along with Jack Byrne, the Republic of Ireland international player.

The Hoops say to their teammate that “several other players in the squad will follow a period of isolation as close contacts”.

Byrne tested positive on the Republic of Ireland team and is self-isolating in Dublin.

After a positive test on Sunday, he did not travel to Finland for the Nations League game.

The Hoops got the ball on the FAI field for upcoming games, including Friday night’s game against Derry City, where they could win the league title, saying, “It is now up to the competition department to play the remaining games to check”.

The FAI has previously postponed games with positive cases at St. Patrick’s Athletic and Galway United, but now that the season has been extended and the calendar has run out of time, it remains to be seen what the Board of Directors will reach.

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