reavid Moyes has revealed that West Ham will be without two of its first-team players at Stockport on Monday night as they will have to self-isolate.
The Hammers no longer tested positive after Ryan Fredericks contracted coronavirus, but some of their players have to self-isolate after coming into contact with someone who returned a positive result.
Fredericks missed the New Years victory at Everton after testing positive, but has now completed his own period of isolation.
Moyes wouldn’t name those who will miss the FA Cup trip to Stockport and is confident it won’t have a big impact on his plans tonight.
“We haven’t had any positive tests, but we have one or two players who have to isolate themselves because they’ve been in contact with people, which happens quite often,” said Moyes, who will name a team. strong at Edgeley Park. .
“The situation right now, there are so many people catching it, there are a lot of people who have to isolate themselves because of it. We have one or two in this situation as well.
“I don’t think that’s a big deal, I won’t give names because ethically I think it’s the right thing to do. We are not hiding anything and it will not come as a big shock. in the country there are probably people who need to isolate themselves at the moment. No positive test except Ryan Fredericks who is allowed to come home on Sunday or Monday. ”