Premier League: Four positive coronavirus cases in latest testing for second week in a row | Football News

first_img“Of these, there were four new positive tests.“Players or club staff who have tested positive will self-isolate for a period of 10 days.”It is the second successive week there have been four positive tests in the Premier League.- Advertisement – The competition is now pausing for the international break but will resume on 21 November.Previous Premier League test results31 August-6 September – 1,605 tested, with three positives 7-13 September – 2,131 tested, with four positives- Advertisement – The Premier League has announced that there were once again four new positive tests for coronavirus among staff and players in the last week.A statement from the league read: “The Premier League can today confirm that between Monday 2 November and Sunday 8 November, 1,646 players and club staff were tested for Covid-19.- Advertisement – 14-20 September – 1,574 tested, with three positives21-27 September – 1,595 tested, with 10 positives28 September-4 October – 1,587 tested, with nine positives5-11 October – 1,128 tested, with five positives12-18 October – 1,575 tested, with eight positives19-25 October – 1,609 tested, with two positives26 October-1 November – 1,446 tested, with four positives2-8 November – 1,646 tested, with four positives More from Coronavirus In Sport – Advertisement –last_img read more

Dan Quaye wants Hearts of Oak return

Defender Dan Quaye has revealed he is in talks with his former club Hearts of Oak over a possible return after his seven year stint in China.The 32-year-old defender enjoyed an outstanding eight-year career at Hearts of Oak where he played a pivotal role in their 2000 CAF Champions League triumph in 2000 and CAF Confederation Cup in 2005.Quaye started training with Hearts on Monday since returning from China after ending his contract with Chinese League One side Beijing Baxy in January.According to him, he is ready to help revive Hearts with the experience gained over the years in his professional football career.“Still I’m playing active football so my fitness is not a problem,” the centre-back cum full back told Joy Sports.“During our days you could see experience players among us but now I could see the team though they are good they need some experience to merge with the young ones so that they can learn from the senior ones. “The place Hearts is heading is not good but I believe all will go well.”Quaye was part of the Black Stars squad that represented Ghana at the 2006 World Cup in Germany. read more