Scottish Premiership at risk of shutdown after quarantine breach

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The player has nearly certainly killed his Celtic career by making the trip and some have insinuated the player went the short trip to work a move out of Celtic in the first place; this has at least been denied.

Every day I'm asking members of the public to make huge sacrifices in how they live their lives and the vast majority of members of public are doing that and it's not easy.

"What I regret is some football players seem incapable of living up to their responsibilities", she said.

In a statement, the club said: "Celtic Football Club has taken its response to Covid-19 extremely seriously and we are pleased that, to date, we have recorded no positive tests".

"By putting this is as clearly as I can in language that the football world will understand, consider today the yellow card".

The new Scottish season started on August 1 after the 2019-20 campaign was called off early, in May, because there was no immediate prospect of play restarting amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Eight Aberdeen players are now self-isolating after going to a bar which turned out to be the centre of a virus outbreak in the city.

Spain was restored to the Scottish Government's list of countries from which returning travellers must quarantine themselves for 14 days following a decision on July 25, which came into effect from midnight on July 26.

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"Since the Covid-19 crisis began, we have had a safe and healthy squad of players, recording not one positive test". The recent news surrounding Celtic's left-back will be most unwelcome.

Celtic condemned the Belgian's "stupidity", apologising to the league for his "irresponsible action" in a strongly-worded statement.

"All of our playing and backroom staff have been tested twice for Covid-19 since this incident and all, including the player in question, have tested negative".

Scottish Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf said the player's actions were "utterly unacceptable".

Robinson said: "People will lose jobs, the industry will go to pieces, make no mistake about that".

CELTIC have contacted Caley Thistle, Ross County and all SPFL clubs to apologise for the behaviour of defender Boli Bolingoli who travelled to Spain and failed to observe quarantine restrictions when he returned which could put the football season on hold. "I want to apologize to my manager, my teammates, the supporters, everyone at Celtic and so many others for letting them down so badly. I am not condoning anything that happened but it is being dealt with".

The Aberdeen-Hamilton match was already in jeopardy following a spike of cases in Aberdeen in recent days.

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