Tannane tests positive for corona and misses Vitesse with Willem II

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Oussama Tannane cannot take action on Saturday when Vitesse in the Eredivisie visits Willem II. The attacker has tested positive for the corona virus, a spokesperson for the Arnhemmers confirms to Press on Friday.

26-year-old Tannane was able to make his comeback against Willem II after he had to pass up the home game against PSV (2-1) last Sunday due to a suspension.

The attacker received a red card a week before in the away game against ADO Den Haag (0-2 win). At the end of the first half, Tannane let himself go completely towards referee Richard Martens and had to pay for it with two yellow cards in a time frame of a few seconds.

It is not the first time that Vitesse has been affected by the corona virus. In September, defender Jacob Rasmussen and eight staff members of the Arnhem team, including head coach Thomas Letsch, were tested positive.

The match between Willem II and Vitesse starts on Saturday at 9 p.m. in Tilburg. After an excellent start to the season, Letsch’s team occupies the second place in the Eredivisie with fifteen points, the same as leader Ajax.

View the program, the results and the position in the Eredivisie



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