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Sport Confusion about Heidenheim tests: DFL task force investigates

15:25  25 october  2020
15:25  25 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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After the confusion about several corona tests at the second division club 1. FC Heidenheim, the task force of the German Football League (DFL) will endeavor to clarify. "We have agreed, also in coordination with the DFL, that the Sports Medicine Task Force, which in the end worked out the whole concept, will calmly take care of the causes over the next week," said Heidenheim's CEO Holger Sanwald on Sunday at Sky.

Ein medizinischer Mitarbeiter hält in einem Testzentrum ein Teströhrchen in der Hand. © Sven Hoppe / dpa / Symbolbild A medical employee holds a test tube in his hand in a test center.

Four players and a member of the trainer and functional team had tested positive for the corona virus on Thursday, after which the club had new tests carried out by the Heidenheim Clinic - all of which were negative on Saturday as on Friday. The FCH is now even checking whether it can take legal action against the original laboratory. On Sunday (1.30 p.m. / Sky) against VfL Osnabrück, all players may be used.

"Everyone can play today because they have two negative tests," explained Sanwald. On the other hand, Sanwald was initially unable to explain the originally positive results. “Of course that's one thing now, because I'm also reaching my limits medically. I'm a football manager and not a doctor or virologist. "

Heidenheim is not taking any legal action against the laboratory .
second division soccer team 1. FC Heidenheim will not take any legal action against the responsible laboratory almost two weeks ago after the confusion about several corona tests. © Tom Weller / dpa 1. FC Heidenheim will not take any legal action after the confusion about several corona tests. “In the meantime, the incident has been dealt with by the DFL Sports Medicine / Special Game Operations Task Force.

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