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Why is Madrid-Cádiz not postponed after the Covid outbreak in Valdebebas?

The Covid hit hard at the Real Madrid. The merengue team is pinned for Sunday’s game against him Cadiz (9:00 p.m.) after, in the last hours, up to seven positives for coronavirus have been detected in Valdebebas: Marcelo, Modric, Asensio, Bale, Lunin, Rodrygo, and the technical assistant, Davide Ancelotti, son of the head coach.

The protocol approved by The league and the Spanish Football Federation indicates that if there are 13 chips available between the first team and the subsidiary, the match must be played and there is no possibility of postponement.

On the other hand, there must be a minimum of five players from the first team on the roster (and, indeed, on the field of play). There are 25 chips that the white club has, plus those of the first subsidiary to be able to face the following commitments.

The players who have tested positive remain isolated in their respective homes and will also miss the last game of 2021 for the Real Madrid, next Wednesday, December 22, visit to the Athletic club (9:30 p.m.).

The latest cases put the Madrid club on even more alert, since it is not something exclusive to the first football team. in the first basketball team the coach already tested positive on Monday Pablo Laso and the french escort Thomas Heurtel.

All this despite the strict controls established by Real Madrid that include antigen tests and PCR daily in addition to strict security measures. Cardiological tests are also carried out on footballers who suffer from the coronavirus, to verify that they have not left any sequelae and thus not run any risk on their return.

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