QPR boss Mark Warburton tests positive for COVID-19
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Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently self-isolating at home, as per government guidelines.
The QPR manager tested positive last week and is now in a period of 10-day isolation, which will end in time for him to be in the dugout when we visit Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday (October 16th 2021).
Warburton said: “I tested positive after feeling unwell.
“Thankfully, I am double-jabbed and now appear to be over the worst of it.
“My time off last week coincided with the players having a pre-agreed few days off going into the international break.
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“This week will see John Eustace prepare the squad for Saturday’s game at Fulham.
"I have been in regular contact with John and will continue to be so until I resume my normal duties at the end of the week.”
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The R's are set to return to action following the international break but preparation will have very different with Warburton at home all week.