translated from Spanish: Colo Colo’s medical chief sees it difficult to play at 11:00 tomorrow for the tournament

The head of Colo Colo’s medical corps, Matías Morán, revealed this Friday that Black and White called for the suspension or change of time of this Saturday’s match against Deportes Antofagasta, set for 11:00 hours. The Albo club had already expressed its qualms about playing first thing in the morning with the ‘Pumas’, as it comes from playing Wednesday night in Brazil for Copa Libertadores and arriving fresh in the country on Thursday. Morán explained that he will only have the results of the PCR tests on campus hours before the match. “The PROTOCOLS of the ANFP are contingent on the health authority, and in that sense we made the request for suspension, or deferral of the match schedule before Antofagasta because we arrived yesterday (Thursday) at night, we made the PCR according to protocol, and we were all left with restriction of mobility of people except to come to the stadium to become the PCR , and we are waiting for the results for the Seremi resolution, not for the party, but for resending our normal mobility,” he said. It’s hard (to play so early), unless the Seremi person works until dawn and putting us in the context of negative results, to tell the technician at 6 a.m. who’s available to play at 11,” he added. Finally, the head of the medical area of the ‘Cacique’ argued that “playing at 11 am I do not know if it is unworkable, but difficult, considering the times of the results of PCR; health resolution, etc. As club management it was requested that all clubs that are in international tournaments were scheduled in the last shifts of the day, at 17 hours.”

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