Yes you are correct a negative test does not excuse you from the 14 day self isolation also the virus could be in incubation stage still it is also a criminal offence to do what he has doneSo what’s the rules here? Even if he has tested negative then surely he still has to isolate for 2 weeks
Hit the nail on the head there. I’m sure if Killie had fielded an illegible player they would be all over it demanding game void and result to be 3 nil to them.I'm sure fielding an ineligible player is against the SPFL and SFA rules.
Over to the men who run Scottish football.
In any other country the media would be all over this, irrespective of the team involved.Hit the nail on the head there. I’m sure if Killie had fielded an illegible player they would be all over it demanding game void and result to be 3 nil to them.
it will be interesting to see if Killie will comment.-Player has broken the law
-Club will have known
-Player is technically ineligible to be on the field of play
So the player has broken the law, the club may have assisted and the club has fielded an ineligible player and put the Kilmarnock team at risk.
The Govt/Police/SPFL reaction to this is key and sets the standard going forward.