Chinese Super League team Wuhan Zall in Madrid ahead of watching Real Madrid play Barcelona in Spain’s La Liga. Photo: APChinese Super League team Wuhan Zall in Madrid ahead of watching Real Madrid play Barcelona in Spain’s La Liga. Photo: AP
Chinese Super League team Wuhan Zall in Madrid ahead of watching Real Madrid play Barcelona in Spain’s La Liga. Photo: AP

Coronavirus changes Chinese Super League team plans as Wuhan Zall return from Spain

  • Chinese Super League season, meant to start on February 22, may kick off as soon as April 18 but not all teams back home
  • After six weeks in Spain, Wuhan side face another 14-day quarantine period in Shenzhen as virus disrupts preseason
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chinese Super League team Wuhan Zall in Madrid ahead of watching Real Madrid play Barcelona in Spain’s La Liga. Photo: APChinese Super League team Wuhan Zall in Madrid ahead of watching Real Madrid play Barcelona in Spain’s La Liga. Photo: AP
Chinese Super League team Wuhan Zall in Madrid ahead of watching Real Madrid play Barcelona in Spain’s La Liga. Photo: AP
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