Aberdeen’s game with St Johnstone is CALLED OFF after two Dons players tested positive for coronavirus and six more went into self-isolation following team trip to crowded bar in city which has been put back into lockdown
Aberdeen’s Scottish Premiership match against St Johnstone has been postponed after two of their players tested positive for Covid-19.
A further six Aberdeen players are currently self-isolating after a team trip to the city’s Soul Bar last Saturday.
Aberdeen cancelled training on Thursday after one player tested positive, with it later being established that a second player had caught it. They are both asymptomatic.
Aberdeen’s Scottish Premiership match against St Johnstone has been postponed after two of their players tested positive for Covid-19
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon put the city of Aberdeen back into lockdown on Wednesday after coronavirus cases doubled in 24 hours.
Sturgeon said more than 20 pubs and restaurants had been linked to a cluster which had formed in Aberdeen.
The Scottish Government expressed their disappointment with those who put the return of professional football in the country at risk.
Aberdeen were in action on the opening weekend of the new season as they lost 1-0 at home to Rangers.
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