Expat Manager Of Hungary's Soccer Team Tests Positive For Covid

  • 12 Nov 2020 8:23 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Expat Manager Of Hungary's Soccer Team Tests Positive For Covid
Marco Rossi, the coach of Hungary’s national soccer team, has tested positive for Covid-19, the Hungarian Football Federation (MLSZ) said on Twitter on Wednesday.

“Following his previous negative tests, Rossi’s most recent test has come back positive. He has been quarantined from the team’s players and staff,” MLSZ said.

The Hungarian team is scheduled to play a run-off against Iceland in the European Championship at 8.45pm in Budapest’s Puskás Arena on Thursday.


MTI Photo: Zsolt Czeglédi 

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