There will be no football in the whole of England until 3rd April due to the Coronavirus pandemic currently sweeping through the world.
Early this morning, Switch Nigeria reported that Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta has tested positive to the deadly virus and can now confirm that Chelsea forward Callum Hudson-Odoi has also tested positive. Italian defender who plays for Juventus had tested positive earlier this week.
This comes after three Leicester players were isolated yesterday.
Consequently, the FA, the EFL, Barclays, Premier League and the FA Womens Super League and also the FA Womens Championship have all collectively agreed to suspend all footballing events till 3rd April at the earliest.
This became necessary as most clubs have taken steps to isolate their players and staff in order to checkmate the spread of the COVID-19.