Welsh coach Connah’s Quay Nomads admitted that he “closed his eyes” to the symptoms of the illness of three players, who were not “feeling well at all”, after three others had tested positive for Covid-19 and the fourth had isolated himself. before the match with Dinamo Tbilisi, in the second preliminary round of the Europa League. Andy Morrison said his students complained of weakness, headaches, stomach aches and teeth, but denied violating the coronavirus protocol, later changing his statements and joking that footballers only suffered from “Bombay trots”. (diarrhea) and “flatulence trapped wind”.
The Welsh lost the home game 1-0, from a penalty awarded to the guests at time 97, and the Georgians will play against the Icelanders from Klaksvikar Itrottarfelag, away, on September 24. Asked by reporters and fans, the coach said that the three players met all the requirements of the protocol and only “were not themselves”, although the conditions initially described by him are mentioned by the World Health Organization as “less common symptoms” for Covid. -19.