The club has announced that Stoke City manager Michael O’Neill has tried the coronavirus emphatically.
Stoke City can affirm that the COVID-19 infection was tried decidedly by manager Michael O’Neill after the latest testing round on Monday (June 8). O’Neill tried negative in the past five tests adjusts,” read the club statement.
O’Neill will presently follow the relevant rules and experience a time of isolation while remaining in regular virtual contact with its coaching staff and players.
Assistant manager Billy McKinlay will take care of training as the Potters prepare against Reading for their game on June 20.
As United prepare for the Premier League restart, Manchester in the meanwhile had canceled a benevolent game with Stoke City which the United had arranged at their Carrington training base with the Championship side. This was accounted for in an ESPN report.
Instead of facing Stoke, United has participated in a benevolent intrasquad as they prepare for their June 19 outing to Tottenham.
There have been 13 positive tests in the Premier League since May 17, during six tests adjusts.