Two players from Luxembourg are not vaccinated
On the eve of the match between Azerbaijan and Luxembourg on Thursday (6 p.m.) in Baku, Luc Holtz revealed that two of his players were not vaccinated and that a third had only been injected with one. dose at the moment. “I would prefer that everyone is vaccinated”, underlined the neuron of the Grand Duchy, specifying that the players concerned have received a special authorization from Azerbaijan reserved for high level athletes to play in Thursday’s match.
“They do not want to hear anything and camp on their positions, regrets the Ettelbruckois. By vaccinating, we protect ourselves but we also protect others. For the breeder, athletes have a particular interest in getting the serum injected. “At first I was a little cautious and I quickly realized that it was important to be vaccinated,” he explains. It is also for athletes, their career is likely to end if they contract a long Covid ”.
Captain of the selection, Laurent Jans revealed that he was fully vaccinated, but believes he does not have the power to force his teammates to make this decision. “I’m not going to push them to do it,” said the Sparta Rotterdam defender. The decision is up to them. I gave them my vision of things, that’s all I can do ”.
(From our special correspondent in Baku, Nicolas Grellier / L’essentiel)
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