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Key decision that Wolves have taken during coronavirus outbreak

Nuno Espirito Santo during Wolves match

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Wolverhampton Wanderers have suspended group training at Compton due to rapidly spreading coronavirus.

Wolves had hoped to continue squad’s regular training for as long as possible, however with the earliest possible comeback to action set back from April 4 to April 30 by the football governing bodies earlier this week, the club have made a decision to send players home with individual programmes in the near future.

Alike many other clubs, Wolves will also be operating day to day with a minimum work-force, to decrease the risk of the virus spreading.

The clashes with West Ham and Olympiacos have already been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic which has put a stop to society and the whole sporting world all around the globe.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side currently sit in sixth in the Premier League, with a chance for a Champions League position within their result, and they still remain in the Europa League.

Source- Birmingham Live

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