The English Football Association confirmed today, Monday, that all the players of the first team and the supporting staff have tested negative for the emerging corona virus, since the confrontation with Scotland last Friday at Euro 2021, after it was found that Scottish midfielder Billy Gilmore had been infected.
The English national team is second behind the leaders of the Czech Republic, before the decisive confrontation that will bring them together tomorrow, Tuesday, at Emblem Stadium, at the end of Group D activities.
And the “Three Lions” team began its career in the continental championship by defeating Croatia with a goal without a response, then a goalless draw with Scotland in its second match.
And the British news agency “BA Media” quoted the English Football Association’s statement, which confirmed that all 26 players in the national team list, along with the assistant staff, were subjected to the tests of the new Corona virus, and all results were negative, during the last round of tests that took place yesterday, Sunday, under the auspices of the European Union (European Union). UEFA).
The Football Association has been in contact with the public health authorities in England, as preparations continue to face the Czech Republic on Tuesday, after all players participated in training today.