When the Health Ministry's travel warning for Australia broke, Maccabi Haifa's brake, which was scheduled for a game in Perth on March 26, will have to be reviewed upon returning to Israel to rule out any infection in the club.
Trent Sainsbury's. A matter of health
It was only a matter of time before the spread of the Corona virus would affect Israeli football as well. So far, no player has been diagnosed with a patient, but the March deadlock may affect foreign players leaving Israel.
Trent Sainsbury, the Maccabi Haifa brake and Australia's team were invited to play in his homeland which will be held in Perth City on March 26, the day the Israeli national team will play Scotland. However, the Ministry of Health has issued a travel warning in recent days following several dozens of patients diagnosed on the continent.
Now, there may be restrictions on Sainsbury's when he wants to return. Maccabi Haifa is aware of the problem and the Australian should land back in Israel only two days before playing in the top playoffs. Haifa is examining developments and knows that upon its return, Sainsbury's will need to be tested to rule out a virus infection.
The Maccabi Haifa response will be brought when you receive.
Sainsbury's. Problematic trip to Australia // Photo: Maor Alexisi