Post Covid setback & period of lull, Bengaluru face FC Goa challenge
The Morning Standard|January 23, 2022
THE Covid-19 situation has crippled teams in the Indian Super League and Bengaluru FC are no exception.
ASHIM SUNAM

Several members of the club were infected with the virus, forcing the players and the coaching staff to remain in isolation. They were limited to their hotel rooms primarily. They finally resumed training as they prepare to face Goa FC at GMC Athletic Stadium on Sunday.

However, even after their training recommenced, one of their players, who was present in the practice session tested positive on Friday. The Covid situation is such that teams will have to wait until the eleventh hour to pick players for a contest, which makes matters tough for the team management.

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