Rooney ‘angry and disappointed’ after corona rash, striker lacks three matches

Derby County captain Wayne Rooney has been tested negatively for the coronavirus, but has to pass the three next matches of Phillip Cocus club. Rooney received a visit from a friend who, later turned out, was infected with the corona virus, reports Sky Sports. Because Rooney was in contact with this friend, who sold him a watch, the captian of Derby County had to get himself tested. Despite the fact that the test is negative, Rooney should spend fourteen days in isolation and so lacks three games.
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s former player says hes angry and disappointed on Twitter. Coach Phillip Cocu is also bothered by the situation. Its a disappointment that hes not available for the next three games. Rooney just got completely fit again and improved the team says the Dutch practice master.
Derby County is in the disappointing 21st place in the Championship with three points out of five matches. Rooney must pass the matches against Huddersfield Town, Nottingham Forest and Cardiff City. It is expected that Rooney will be back in the away match against Bournemouth.

Just received the news that my covid-19 test has shown I do not have the virus. Delighted for myself and family but obviously angry and disappointed that I now have to self-isolate and miss vital games for @dcfcofficial
โ€” Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) October 19, 2020