After the Coupe de France match against Le Mée (R1) initially scheduled for Sunday and postponed to October 25, the National match scheduled at the Bauer stadium in Saint-Ouen this Friday against Avranches has also been postponed to a later date.
For the first time since the start of the epidemic, the Red Star has five players positive for Covid-19. The club therefore adapted the organization of the professional group to isolate the negative members from the positive ones. The week’s practice for negative players will be done in small groups. Access to the training center is strictly prohibited until further notice.
New tests Thursday
The entire pro group will perform a new series of tests this Thursday, which will determine whether or not the 5th round of the Coupe de France scheduled for next Sunday, at 2:30 p.m. on the Mée field.
In this unprecedented context of curfew, the club is working in accordance with the derogatory measures presented by the FFF in order to be able to bring forward the times of the postponed match and those taking place during the curfew period, in order to maintain a tonnage of 1000 spectators.
For the record, the Red Star who restored the situation in the league (8th) with 3 wins in a row (Concarneau, Laval and Créteil) and a draw (in Orléans) had already seen two of its National matches postponed because of Covid- 19 in the ranks of Sète and Bourg-en-Bresse.
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