sport news Chelsea are forced to increase the size of the away dressing room at Stamford ...

sport news Chelsea are forced to increase the size of the away dressing room at Stamford ...
sport news Chelsea are forced to increase the size of the away dressing room at Stamford ...
Chelsea are forced to increase the size of the away dressing room at Stamford Bridge amid fears it is not Covid secure after complaints from Liverpool and Brighton over size, ventilation and access to the pitch Chelsea have been ordered to increase the size of their away dressing room They received complaints from visiting teams including Liverpool and Brighton  Liverpool made their point to the Premier League after their game on January 2 The Reds were concerned about the size and ventilation for the coaching team They also locked a separate changing area and shower for female staff members Graham Potter had made similar complaints about the size of the dressing rooms

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Chelsea have been ordered to increase the size of the away dressing room at Stamford Bridge after complaints from visiting teams including Liverpool and Brighton.

Liverpool made their point to the Premier League after their game at the Bridge on January 2, when they were already in the midst of a Covid outbreak, with one member of staff testing positive on the day of the game before they reached the stadium.

Jurgen Klopp was also in isolation following a positive test and his assistant Pep Lijnders, who took charge for the 2-2 draw at Chelsea, tested positive soon after returning to Merseyside.

Chelsea have been ordered to increase the size of the away dressing room at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea have been ordered to increase the size of the away dressing room at Stamford Bridge

This was the trigger for Liverpool's decision to undergo an extra round of testing, which produced a set of results that Klopp mistakenly called 'false positives',

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