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Covid: it is always a blue cluster, even Bernardeschi – Calcio


Federico Bernardeschi is also covid positive, and increasingly blue. The list (seven players so far) who have been infected after returning from the national team’s commitments is still growing. The tour de force with the last three games to take place in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers (Italy-Northern Ireland on 25 March, Bulgaria-Italy on 28 March and Lithuania-Italy on 31 March) not only brought in scores and victory for Italy. by manager Roberto Mancini, but it comes at the expense of infections. The last player to have time to test positive for the gauze was the Juventus player: this was announced by Juventus, indicating that the attacking midfielder was “isolated and asymptomatic”, while the championship club Italy still “contacted the Health Authority in implementing the scheduled procedures to enable Team Team training and competition activities”. Before Bernardeschi, in addition to the various members of the blue jersey, Bonucci, Verratti, Florenzi, Grifo, Sirigu and Cragno were all active. The man then, like Bernardeschi, came on in the last championship (Saturday 3 April) to defend Cagliari’s goal against Verona. This is the third positive at Juventus, after things have been confirmed with Bonucci and Demiral. But, unlike the two defenders, Bernardeschi came on Saturday last week in the tournament, entering on 26 ‘of the second half in place of Kulusevski in the 2-2 draw derby against Torino. The repeated positive events caused Atalanta to keep Rafael Toloi and Matteo Pessina quarantined as a precaution while waiting for the results of the molecular swabs. Both the Italian-Brazilian defender, who made his blue debut on March 31 of last year in Lithuania, and midfielder Monza has been isolated from the rest of the group under the treatment of the Health Protection Agency. Bergamo until before the end Before the championship match against Udinese on 3 April, was given the green light to play the match (then played with both owners) after the third test, the post Quick check, at 11am last Saturday. Serie A remains on alert: Sassuolo, as did with Roma, will not let their three national teams kick against Inter, always as a precaution. Bernardeschi’s positivity should not be in doubt running Juventus-Napoli regularly, recovering for the scheduled third day tomorrow and postponing to the beginning of the exact championship for Covid among the Neapolitans. “It is true that Bernardeschi played, but that was the only factor we found. We had no flare-ups and since there was no outbreak we didn’t have any factors to postpone the game -” Turin ASL explained – Obviously we will check and monitor, but for now the situation is like this. The outbreak is partly contained due to the fact that the players have been isolated. The aggressive is not to justify such a drastic ASL interference, but we are wary. So far the game you play. No clusters. “

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