The technician is still in hospital and the SABSEG League has assessed the situation.
On Tuesday, Casa Biya defeated Mafra, 3-1, in the 25th round match of the SABSEG League. Following the match, the club discussed in a statement the situation of coach Philip Martins.
It is worth noting that the technician was admitted to the hospital on February 17 to undergo medical examinations, after contracting the Covid-19 virus, and he remained until February 25, when he was discharged from the hospital. Later, additional examinations and treatments were required, which prompted him to be admitted to the new hospital, on February 28, and to stay in the hospital ever since.
According to the motto of the Second League, Philip Martins’ health is “improving”.
Read the full statement:
“Casa Pia Atlético Club is evaluating coach Philip Martins’ health condition. As previously reported, on February 17, the coach was taken to hospital for medical tests, after contracting covid-19, and stay until February 25, when he was discharged. .
However, additional examinations and treatments were necessary, which prompted the technician to enter the new hospital on February 28, where he has remained ever since. The clinical department along with the medical team of the technician monitors and provides all support on a daily basis. We would like to inform you that your health condition is improving.
We have received heartfelt messages of support, for which we are very grateful and sure to encourage our profession for a speedy and effective recovery.
A word of appreciation to the athletes and the entire technical team for exemplary professionalism and solidarity and overcoming that qualifies this working group to a high degree.”
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