Graham Potter tested positive for coronavirus and managed the Fox team.

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Brighton manager Graham Potter will miss out on Sunday’s Premier League match against Leicester. due to having tested positive for COVID-19.

Potter’s assistant Billy Reid gave a press conference ahead of the game on Friday. And will take charge of the team in the away match at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.

The 58-year-old Reid spent eight years in charge at Hamilton. Before joining Potter at Ostersund in the Swedish league in 2013 and was also present together since.

“Graham Potter was in serious UFABET condition last night. And his test result was positive this morning. So he’s not in charge of the training team,” Reid said.

“We’re still not sure how it will work. We haven’t decided yet. But I will definitely contact him at home.”

“We’ve never done it at Swansea, but we’ve done it twice in Ostersund. And I think we should have won 1 and lost 1.

“I’ve been a manager in Scotland for eight years, so I know what’s going to happen. This is the Premier League and it’s a big step but i feel good about it I’ve been working with Graham for nine and a half years, so not much has changed. We will try to make everything normal.”

Graham Stephen Potter

Born 20 May in 1975. He is a football manager and a former English footballer in the position of left-back. Currently the head coach of Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League.

He played 13 years of professional football, making 307 appearances in the Football League . He also played for Southampton in the Premier League and Shrewsbury Town in the football conference at the national team level He has only played one match for England U21 National Team.

Potter began serving as football manager in December 2010 with Swedish club Ostersunds, where he led the team to promotion three times. National Football Cup Winner and qualified for the elimination round UEFA Europa League 2017–18 season. He was appointed manager of Swansea City in June 2018 and moved to Brighton & Hove Albion the following year.