Fulham's Parker goes into self-isolation, to miss Southampton match
January 18, 2022
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Fulham’s Parker goes into self-isolation, to miss Southampton match

LONDON (UK) – When Fulham locks horns with Southampton on Saturday, manager Scott Parker won’t be present as he is undergoing self-isolation after a member of his family tested positive for novel coronavirus, the club said on Thursday.

Parker, 40, has tested negative for the virus and the club said he will return for their next game at Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday if he again tests negative.

“Following a member of his household testing positive for COVID-19, and despite returning a negative result, Scott has been self-isolating this week in accordance with the guidance,” the west London club said in a statement.

Assistant manager Stuart Gray will take charge of the side with first team coach Matt Wells joining him in the dugout.

Fulham are 18th in the standings with 10 points, two points away from the safety zone.

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