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Coronavirus: A-League future to be decided on Tuesday

Coronavirus: A-League future to be decided on Tuesday

Phoenix players celebrate with goal-scorer David Ball during their most recent win over Melbourne Victory.

Monday night’s clash between Newcastle and Melbourn City could potentially be the last A-League game in the foreseeable future. The FFA will announce its decision on the future for the instant game of compitition.

Chief executive James Johnson will front the media to ” make a significant announcement regarding the conduct of the Hyundai A-League 2019/2020 season.”

On Monday evening, the NRL joined the ASL in suspending the men’s league, A-League left Elite national competition because he is still playing against the Coronavirus epidemic.

*Phoenix seek clarity for foreign players

*Phoenix enter 14-day quarantine

*Phoenix won’t leave NSW

*Phoenix agrees to fly to Australia

Wellington Phoenix on Monday declined numerous requests to comment on their future participation in the E-League after the New Zealand government announced the entire country will be going into a four-week lockdown.

The Phoenix, who have six games left to play, have been quarantined in Sydney since last Wednesday. The players will have to self-isolate for another 14 days when they return.

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