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Jocelyn Jorvink regrets the lack of a joint health protocol

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It is not in the best of circumstances for the Lille players to play tomorrow in the last 16 of the Coupe de France against their neighbor Lenseau. In fact, the mastiff will be deprived of seven players, all of whom are positive for Covid-19. If the tournament’s top scorer Jonathan David is one of the four positive players at the start of the second half as well as Isaac Lihadji and Domagov Bradaric, we must now add three new players.

In addition to the Covid-19 cases, there are the absences of Timothy Weah, Zeki Celik, Leo Jardim (injured) and Burak Yilmaz (suspended), and Jocelyn Gurvink will have to lay off several executives in such a special match, because remember that tomorrow evening, Lille is competing in the Derby North. And to make matters worse on the LOSC side, the absentee list could increase, given that tomorrow the club receives the last of the tests that have been taken. An unfortunate position for the Lille coach, who stated at a press conference: “We have to adapt, we are constantly adapting.”

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The coach of the French champions regrets the unfair situation between the clubs and shares the view of the Rennes coach. “Between the clubs that test and those that don’t, which in my opinion have caused problems, sorry for Jocelyn Gurvink. At the moment the protocol doesn’t mandate testing, it’s a problem. Look at the clubs that don’t have been contacted about their Covid cases and you’ll know.” Who is testing or not. Simply. I agree with Bruno (Genesio) quite a bit on this. He is basically right. It lacks clarity. We have to align everyone, it will be better,” the LOSC coach said at a press conference.

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to summarize

Jocelyn Jorvink will have to deal with a reduced workforce against Lens in Round 16 of the Coupe de France due to seven positive cases of Covid-19. The Lusk coach agrees with Bruno Genesio’s comments and regrets the unfair situation between the clubs and says he supports a common health protocol.