The Swedish Football Association announced yesterday that Robin Olsen, Victor Nelson Linderlov, Ken Sima, Philip Helander and Emil Kravth have been banned from participating in the training match against Denmark. This is due to the new quarantine rules in the UK
New quarantine rules prevent five players
The rules say that citizens of the British Isles are obliged by the new directive to quarantine for 14 days after a visit to Denmark, and some are not welcome. If players go to Denmark, it means that players will miss several important matches with their club teams.
Therefore, Premier League clubs have now decided to ban their players from national team matches. The Swedish Football Association announced that several substitutes will be called against Denmark.
Ålborgsduo was called in
Olburg goalkeeper Jakob Rennes and midfielder Oscar Helgmark are two of the substitutes called up, which is something SportExpressen was able to say earlier today.
Joel Anderson has also been called up to the FC Midtjeelands national team.
These are special times that we live in. Now it turns out it’s like this and that means we’ll be bringing a few more players for the Danish match, national team captain Jan Andersen said in a press release yesterday.
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