Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo has stated delays in receiving COVID-19 test results had been affecting many Premier League golf equipment as they put together for matches.
Wolves journey to West Ham United on Sunday and Nuno stated at a information convention on Friday that that they had nonetheless not bought the results from checks carried out earlier in the day.
“It`s very disruptive for preparation and planning,” Nuno informed reporters.
“It`s powerful for us, you get examined – we bought examined right now – and we don`t know the results. We`re getting ready for the match on Sunday and having the stress in regards to the last end result… can you employ a participant, are you able to not?
“Faster results of the test would help all teams immensely so we can proceed without having these problems.”
West Ham assistant coach Alan Irvine, who took cost for Tuesday`s 5-1 League Cup win over Hull City after supervisor David Moyes examined optimistic, steered that the delays may very well be due to how busy laboratories are.
“Normally test results have come back quickly but the labs are finding it more difficult because of the amount of tests they have to do for people outside football,” Irvine added.
“It`s a situation that`s out of our control. We`ll be tested next on Monday and we have the game at Everton (in the League Cup) on Wednesday… we could find ourselves in a situation where we`re travelling to Everton not knowing the results.”
West Ham, whose gamers Issa Diop and Josh Cullen are additionally self-isolating after testing optimistic, can have Moyes again in cost for Sunday`s match though the Scot will probably be making all the selections remotely.