Two St. Mirren goalkeepers tested positive for coronaviruses, while a third was excluded for protection. But the game is not postponed.
Was the first to test positive earlier this week Like Alvanik. Then it was the turn of another goalkeeper whose name was not communicated, while the third was held out to prevent it from spreading further by contagion.
All 3 goalkeepers from St Mirren, who will face Hibs today, were positive.
खेलेंगे ️ will play again in goal
Zdenek Zlámal of Hurts, the latter lovingly offered to lend it for 7 days.
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St Mirren thus found themselves without a goalkeeper but the match was scheduled for Saturday afternoon, forcing the club not to resort to an emergency loan: Bobby Zamal of Hearts would defend the posts.
St. Mirren was also at the center of a case in July when seven staff members were initially positive for coronovirus, but six of them later tested incorrect positives.
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