The statement backed up the earlier development that the Premier League will be postponed until at least Saturday 4 April and revealed that individuals within the team who came into close contact with Mikel Arteta last weekend have now been placed under isolation.
We will, of course, now miss two matches at home to Wolves and away at Spurs – tickets for both will be available to use for the rescheduled fixtures – as we’re set to return to action against Chelsea at London Stadium on Sunday 5 April.
Fellow fans are seeing the lighter side as they react to the briefing…
No need to worry lads. Got the doc already sorted x pic.twitter.com/MlakHMD0oB
— nick – ⚒👑🇨🇩 (@MasuakuSZN) March 13, 2020
Unbeaten for a few weeks, Irons.
— Sam (@SamPoulton_) March 13, 2020
Can I suggest an approach for the stadium deep clean pic.twitter.com/LL6o0IYoSJ
— Peter Jamieson (@PeterJamieson1) March 13, 2020
— Luke (@LukeDaggers23) March 13, 2020
We’ll be fine. Nothing strikes at the London Stadium.
— Cas (@Jayaetc) March 13, 2020
Best result we’ve had all season.
— Stuart Townsend (@stuarttownsend) March 13, 2020
West Ham has already taken a number of precautionary measures in regards to its facilities and its Rush Green training ground…… and ordered a couple of new portacabins
— Jeff Bird ⚒️ (@biscuit_1895) March 13, 2020
How long will it take to deep clean that scaffold
— Swashy (@arsc764) March 13, 2020
Unbeaten this week nice one lads 🍻
— Pods (@_Lemon_91) March 13, 2020