Hard hit by the Covid-19 and more precisely by the British variant, Chambly is in the dark before its match of the 25th day of Ligue 2 on the lawn of Clermont, scheduled for this Saturday evening (7 p.m.).
While the holding of the match between Clermont and Chambly, within the framework of the 25th day of Ligue 2 this Saturday (7 p.m.), seems very uncertain, the situation remains blocked. Eleven Camblys players have indeed tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday, including one (Bradley Danger) with an antigen test. This did not prevent the bus from taking the direction of Clermont with 16 players in total, including ten professionals. In this group, is also the coach of the goalkeepers Vincent Planté, who must be holder in Clermont when he officially ended his career in 2017 at AS Poissy.
The players were able to return to the hotel
At 10 o’clock this Saturday morning, the Camblysian group was first excluded from the Novotel where it spent the night. This establishment feared a forced closure since the players could very well have contaminated an employee of the reception or the catering service. But another twist this afternoon, the hotel decides to keep the club and in particular Bradley Danger, who is in isolation in his room. Contacted by RMC Sport, the Novotel did not wish to react.
For his part, trainer Bruno Luzi is still bedridden at home even though his antigen test has turned out negative. He said he felt “stiffness and great fatigue”. Chambly president Fulvio Luzi is still waiting for news from the LFP. A decision must be taken before 2 p.m., i.e. 5 hours before the start of the meeting.