West Ham confirm clash with Wolves is ON despite coronavirus fears

0
39
David Moyes
Amazon Advertisement
Amazon Advertisement


West Ham confirm clash with Wolves is ON despite coronavirus fears but admit club are monitoring situation

  • Wolves travel to play Olympiacos behind closed doors on Thursday evening
  • They had appealed to have game postponed but it was turned down by UEFA 
  • They are set to take on West Ham in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon  

West Ham say their clash with Wolves on Sunday is scheduled to go ahead as planned, although the club are monitoring the situation.

Last Saturday the Hammers played Arsenal, who have since had their match at Manchester City postponed due to coronavirus fears.

Wolves, meanwhile, are travelling to Greece to play Olympiacos after their appeal to have the Europa League match postponed was turned down by UEFA. 

David Moyes’ West Ham are set to play Wolves but are monitoring the coronavirus situation

It will be played behind closed doors, again due to coronavirus concerns.

A statement from West Ham read: ‘West Ham United continues to closely monitor the situation regarding the coronavirus outbreak.

‘All necessary measures are being taken and our medical staff, in line with guidance and advice from the relevant authorities, are constantly managing the club’s position, with the safety and welfare of our players, staff and supporters being of paramount importance.

‘After discussions with the Premier League and our medical team, Sunday’s game against Wolverhampton Wanderers at London Stadium is scheduled to go ahead as planned.

‘The club will keep supporters updated should the situation change.’

Wolves are playing the Hammers after coming back from a trip to face Olympiacos

Wolves are playing the Hammers after coming back from a trip to face Olympiacos

Advertisement




Source link

Amazon Advertisement
Amazon Advertisement


West Ham confirm clash with Wolves is ON despite coronavirus fears but admit club are monitoring situation

  • Wolves travel to play Olympiacos behind closed doors on Thursday evening
  • They had appealed to have game postponed but it was turned down by UEFA 
  • They are set to take on West Ham in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon  

West Ham say their clash with Wolves on Sunday is scheduled to go ahead as planned, although the club are monitoring the situation.

Last Saturday the Hammers played Arsenal, who have since had their match at Manchester City postponed due to coronavirus fears.

Wolves, meanwhile, are travelling to Greece to play Olympiacos after their appeal to have the Europa League match postponed was turned down by UEFA. 

David Moyes’ West Ham are set to play Wolves but are monitoring the coronavirus situation

It will be played behind closed doors, again due to coronavirus concerns.

A statement from West Ham read: ‘West Ham United continues to closely monitor the situation regarding the coronavirus outbreak.

‘All necessary measures are being taken and our medical staff, in line with guidance and advice from the relevant authorities, are constantly managing the club’s position, with the safety and welfare of our players, staff and supporters being of paramount importance.

‘After discussions with the Premier League and our medical team, Sunday’s game against Wolverhampton Wanderers at London Stadium is scheduled to go ahead as planned.

‘The club will keep supporters updated should the situation change.’

Wolves are playing the Hammers after coming back from a trip to face Olympiacos

Wolves are playing the Hammers after coming back from a trip to face Olympiacos

Advertisement




Source link

Amazon Advertisement

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here