Annoyed by the accusations against his club Watford, the Red Devil Christian Kabasele responded to a surfer, who believes that the Hornets oppose a resumption of the Premier League to avoid relegation.
The Premier League announced on Saturday that two new positive cases for coronavirus in two clubs were detected during the second round of 996 checks carried out from 19 to 21 May in the twenty clubs of the elite of English football. Each club underwent 50 tests in this second series of tests, against 40 in the first.
Previously, 748 players and club staff had been tested for Covid-19 on May 17 and 18. Six had tested positive in three clubs. These six cases are not included in the figures from May 19 to 22, as the individuals concerned are still in their seven-day voluntary confinement period. No specific details concerning the clubs or the individuals concerned will be provided by the Premier League.
On May 20, Watford confirmed that three club members had tested positive for the coronavirus. Of the three positive tests, one relates to a player and two to the people in charge.
A few hours before, club striker and captain Troy Deeney announced that he refused to resume small group training with his club for fear of bringing the virus home and infecting his 5-month-old son.
On social networks, opposing supporters have, for several days, accused Watford (17th in the standings) of opposing a recovery in order to avoid relegation. Charges that annoyed the Red Devil Christian Kabasele. The central defender of the Hornets decided to respond to a user. “Let me explain our tactics. We inject Covid-19 once a week. We randomly draw a player or a member of the staff to give it and thus be sure not to replay and avoid relegation “he wrote wryly on Twitter.
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