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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Ismaily goalkeeping coach Saafan El-Soghayar has denied the rumours of his side having players infected by the recent outbreak of the coronavirus.
The Yellows were set to face Raja Casablanca in the second leg of the Arab Club Championship’s semi-final in Morocco.
However, as the world has been facing the outbreak of the coronavirus, many countries around the world, including Morocco, were forced to halt their football activities.
As Ismaily returned to Egypt from Morocco, rumours have been spreading about their players getting infected as the total number of COVID-19 cases in Morocco has risen to 58.
“There have been rumours spreading about players getting infected by the coronavirus, Mohamed Magdy and Mohamed Sadek in particular, while we were in Morocco,” El-Soghayar told Time Sports.
“These rumours are certainly not true and all the players are fine and in good shape. It’s just sad to see such rumours spreading as the players’ families were really worried about them.”
The Egyptian Premier League was suspended by the EFA for 15 days as Ismaily currently sit ninth with 22 points after 18 games played.
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