Unless he tests positive then no issue.
If he tests positive then a massive tracing exercise starts.
When did he return?but the trip was permissable under elite sport rules
surely by removing himself from the bubble and travelling outwith their official flight he should be under the rules for isolation
Potter said it was a season long loan and would remain that way. Can only really take official quotes from BrightonBrighton ordered it as concerned about the health and safety of their asset (to use Mark Warburton parlance), breach of loan agreement is what I have heard.
Sounds plausible. Shall spread it about.A few tims on Twitter (I know) suggested Brighton ordered him home after finding out about celtics lack of social distancing etc
They set him straight on how serious this was and when the penny dropped he deleted his social media which was full of pictures of celtics players in close contact
Doesn't necessarily mean they want him back does it?Brighton don't want him back though.
Apologies, I was referring to the breach of agreement part of the post.Doesn't necessarily mean they want him back does it?
He's still a Brighton player and it's still largely up to Brighton to look out for his health and safety I would assume? Think if Messi was loaned to Man city and Barcelona didn't think Man city were treating an injury of his particularly well, surely Barca can draw the line and step in here for example?
I feel like they'd be able to pull him out of a trip to Dubai without actually taking him back, as if he is forced to stay there it risks the value of the player.
I was singing it to the tune of 'Balamory'