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EPL: Callum Hudson-Odoi to miss Chelsea training return after breaking lockdown guidelines

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EPL: Callum Hudson-Odoi to miss Chelsea training return after breaking lockdown guidelines

 

 

Chelsea attacker, Callum Hudson -Odoi will miss Chelsea return to training tomorrow after breaking the lockdown guidelines and was also arrested over the weekend.

Callum Hudson-Odoi will remain in isolation while he will be required to undergo a series of tests in the coming days.

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The winger will not be allowed to join his teammates when the phase one restriction training returns this week.

Hudson-Odoi was arrested in his London home by the police last Saturday after a woman put a call to the police that she was unwell and London Ambulance Service was also called.

The Chelsea star was released from police custody on bail till mid-June and his return to training are now in doubt.

Chelsea will have to determine how long the attacker will have to stay away from the club staff and teammates.

English Premier League teams can now return to their training ground on Tuesday
as the league is set to restart.

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The decision to resume training in small groups was unanimously reached by the 20 EPL teams.

Meanwhile, the league body will test the players and staff against coronavirus.

The current EPL campaign was suspended on March 19, 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Liverpool was set to claim their first league campaign in 30 years before the pandemic outbreak.

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The likely return of the EPL will be a big relief to the Reds fans who were scared the campaign will be canceled.

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The EPL restarting soon is a welcome development as the Bundesliga restart last weekend.

The La Liga and the Italian Serie A are likely to return next month too.

Meanwhile, some top leagues have concluded their 2019/2020 campaign as a result of the virus.

The French League, The Scottish Premier League and the Dutch Eredivisie has ended.

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