Former Australia international Harry Kewell, who is in charge of England Football League Two side Oldham Athletic, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus and entered self isolation, the club said.

The 42-year-old Socceroos great, who played for Leeds United and Liverpool in the Premier League, felt unwell at the weekend and was tested, which came back positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday.

He missed Oldham’s 1-1 draw with Carlisle United on Tuesday and the club said he would also miss their game against Port Vale on Saturday and Southend on Oct. 27 as he spends at least the next 10 days in isolation. “The daily screening protocol and guidance from the EFL and government is still being followed in what is still a challenging time for all,” the club said on their website.

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