Gabriel Agbonlahor claims he never felt so ill after testing positive for coronavirus

Gabriel Agbonlahor claims he never felt so ill after testing positive for coronavirus

- Gabriel Agbonlahor returned positive result after he was tested for coronavirus in March

- The former Aston Villa star has fully recovered from the infection

- Agbonlahor says he never felt so ill in his entire life

Former England international Gabriel Agbonlahor who contracted coronavirus in March has disclosed that he never felt so ill in his entire life.

The former Aston Villa goal poacher was down for ten days following effects of the infection, but he has now fully recovered.

Chelsea star N’Golo Kante and Watford’s Troy Deeney have stated that they will not return to training and Agbonlahor has empathized with the pair.

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"I caught the virus on March 15, and I've never felt so ill in my entire life," Agbonlahor told Sky Sports.

"I'm sure the likes of Troy Deeney, N'Golo Kante will be at home or using a local area to do the same sessions that the players at Watford and Chelsea are doing."

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The Premier League is billed to resume on June 17, but Tottenham star Danny Rose has stated that players are being treated like mere lab rats.

This came after six new cases of the dreaded infection were confirmed after players and staff of all Premier League clubs were tested as they return to training.

A number of players have aired their opinion on the proposed restart of the league, but Rose believes players are at great risk of contracting the virus.

Danny Rose who is currently on loan at Newcastle has charged that returning to the pitch will be making him risk his health just to entertain others.

Legit.ng earlier reported that English Premier League clubs have voted for the season to restart on Wednesday, June 17 with Arsenal facing off with Manchester City at the Etihad.

According to SunSport, the new fixture upon return will also see Aston Villa take on Sheffield United in the first games back after the break.

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Two matches will be played on the Wednesday to make all of the clubs in the league level on 29 games.

One match is then expected to be played on the Friday before a full round of fixtures across the weekend.

It was also gathered that Premier League chiefs are working on an idea in which the season will ends latest August 2.

Premier League organisers might have concluded plans to play the remaining 92 games in the 2019-20 season within 35 days.

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