Hungary soccer coach tested positive for coronavirus
November 11 Hungarian Football Association posted on social media to confirm that the national men’s football coach and Italian Marco Rossi tested positive for the new crown virus and has been quickly isolated to avoid infecting players And team staff.
On the evening of November 12th, the Hungarian team will host the Puskas Stadium against the Iceland team to compete for the qualifications for the European Cup finals next year.
The battle is imminent.
Not only is the coach unable to direct on the spot, but whether any players are infected and whether the game can be held as scheduled is still unknown.
The Hungarian Football Association is expected to hold a press conference at 8 pm local time on the 11th to further explain the game arrangements and team status.