Government's quarantine measures put Man City and Man Utd's European dreams in jeopardy  Mirror OnlineView Full coverage on Google News
City and United are both chasing European glory as they look on course to reach the quarter finals of their respective competitions, though they face a battle to complete their fixtures City and United are both chasing European glory as they look on course to reach the quarter finals of their respective competitions, though they face a battle to complete their fixtures

Government's quarantine measures put Man City and Man Utd's European dreams in jeopardy - Mirror Online

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Sport is not exempt from new regulations and several teams are part way through knockout games in the Europa and Champions Leagues Sport is not exempt from new regulations and several teams are part way through knockout games in the Europa and Champions Leagues

New Government quarantine rules leave question marks over British clubs' European participation

The crackdown was announced in Friday's daily press briefing, with those coming into the country set to undertake an isolation period of 14 days from June 8. Sports stars will not be exempt.The crackdown was announced in Friday's daily press briefing, with those coming into the country set to undertake an isolation period of 14 days from June 8. Sports stars will not be exempt.

British clubs' European hopes plunged into doubt as UK Government imposes two-week quarantine | Daily Mail Online

MANCHESTER CITY, Chelsea and Manchester United’s European hopes have been thrown into jeopardy after the government announced a two-week quarantine on UK arrivals. The government confirmed in…

Man City, Chelsea and Man Utd’s European dreams in jeopardy as government impose two-week quarantine on UK arrivals – The Sun

“14 days quarantine except truckers and fruit pickers( I guess asking the Brits to do that didn’t go too well!), which means no footballers, athletes, tennis players, jockeys, race horses, cricketers, Formula One drivers. So no Champions League or British Grand Prix!”

Chris Wright on Twitter: "14 days quarantine except truckers and fruit pickers( I guess asking the Brits to do that didn’t go too well!), which means no footballers, athletes, tennis players, jockeys, race horses, cricketers, Formula One drivers. So no Champions League or British Grand Prix!"