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“Travel carefully!” Wolves urge fans to take care of a corona virus in Barcelona for the first time

“Travel carefully!” Wolves urge fans to take care during the Europa League trip to Espanyol after the first case of corona virus has been confirmed in Barcelona

  • Wolves awarded more than 2,000 for the second leg against Espanyol
  • It is thought that many more fans have traveled to Catalonia without tickets
  • The first confirmed case in the Catalan region was a 36-year-old Italian woman
  • Boss Nuno Espirito Santo has brought his strongest available team to Barcelona

Wolves urged their fans to “travel carefully” to Barcelona after the first case of coronavirus in the region was confirmed.

The Molineux club was awarded a little over 2,000 for the second leg of their Europa League final 32 draw against Espanyol, although many more fans are thought to have traveled to Catalonia without tickets.

A statement on the club website said: “All fans should be aware that there are a small number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Barcelona, ​​such as in parts of the UK.

Wolves urged their fans to “travel carefully” to Barcelona after the corona virus was found there

Statement said: “Fans must be aware of a small number of confirmed coronavirus cases”

“Wool supporters are encouraged to travel with caution and are encouraged to comply with any additional screening measures taken by local authorities.”

The first confirmed case in the Catalan region was a 36-year-old Italian woman living in Barcelona, ​​but this will not scare Wolves fans who made the trip despite their side almost being assured of a final 16 place after their 4 -0 first leg victory last week.

Boss Nuno Espirito Santo has brought his strongest available team to Barcelona for his 45th competitive game of a season that began in July with a Europa League qualifier against Northern Irish side Crusaders.

Boss Nuno Espirito Santo has brought his strongest available team to Barcelona (photo)

Boss Nuno Espirito Santo has brought his strongest available team to Barcelona (photo)

Boss Nuno Espirito Santo has brought his strongest available team to Barcelona (photo)

Wolves then travel to Tottenham on Sunday for a crucial Premier League match in the exciting race for a finish in the top four.

“It’s heavy,” said Nuno. ‘It demands a lot from the players. We only have two days after a Europa League match to prepare for a Premier League match.

“But the players believe and work very hard so that things go well.”


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