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When fate persists.
Rodrigo Dunshee, vice-president of Flamengo, announced on his Twitter account on Thursday that sixteen players, the club's coach and doctor had tested positive for coronavirus. An “ exceptional situation ” since in this count, there are nine new cases which are added to. The six-time champion of Brazil has logically asked to postpone his championship match on Sunday against Palmeiras. A request refused by the Alviverdes
Não surpreende o Palmeiras ser contra o adiamento. Quer levar vantagem, mesmo com risco pessoal. O que espero é que a CBF análise o tema de forma justa, pensando na saúde de todos e a situação excepcional that faith uma viagem de 8 dias com intensidade de contato entre os atletas.
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- Rodrigo Dunshee de Abranches (@roddunshee)
“ It's no wonder Palmeiras is against postponement. They want to enjoy it, even at their peril, whispered Rodrigo Dunshee. What I hope is that the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) analyzes the subject fairly, keeping in mind everyone's health and the exceptional situation. ” As things stand, the Rio de Janeiro club only has nine players and three goalkeepers able to compete in the match.
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