Man United Cancel Training At Carrington Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

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Man United have reportedly cancelled all activities at their AON Training Complex in Carrington amidst the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak in the UK.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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It's been a good few weeks for Manchester United and their fans as the Red Devils look to have found some form since the advent of 2020. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been a smiling figure over the last month or so as his side continued their upward trajectory in the Premier League and in the Europa League as well. However, Man United's momentum was brought to a halt as the English FA announced that the Premier League will be suspended until at least April 3, 2020, due to the Coronavirus outbreak in the UK and across Europe.

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Despite the suspension, Man United players were reporting for training at the AON Training Complex at Carrington. But, reports today emerged that Man United authorities have suspended all training activities at Carrington in order to comply with the British Government's health guidelines. The current coronavirus crisis has led to widespread pandemonium across the United Kingdom with Premier League clubs such as Man United being forced into isolating their players in order to prevent the spread of the virus. 

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