Coronavirus prompts the Women’s Super League match of Manchester City versus West Hammam

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Manchester City has announced that this weekend’s Women’s Super League match against West Ham has been postponed due to positive coronavirus tests at the club. City was expected to play West Ham at home on Saturday, but the match was postponed after four players or employees tested positive, the club said.

Manchester City FC can confirm the postponement of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League match against West Ham United scheduled for Saturday. Manchester City FC can confirm the postponement of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League match against West Ham United scheduled for Saturday. #ManCity | https://t.co/axa0klD5re- Manchester City (@ManCity) January 7, 20. In due course, a new date will be announced for the game. On Wednesday, City reported that the number of players in the men’s squad has risen to eight since Christmas Day. Substitute goalkeeper Scott Carson and 18-year-old midfielder Cole Palmer are the newest members of the men’s squad to be impacted by the club’s latest Covid 19 outbreak. After a new national ban was revealed on Monday, the top two women’s soccer divisions will continue, while on Monday, the top two women’s soccer divisions will continue

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