ADRIAN Lam believes it was almost inevitable Covid-19 would wreak havoc in Super League again.
And the whole of Super League is concerned at being forced off the field once more.
Leeds’ match at Catalans was postponed after 14 players either tested positive or were forced to self-isolate, making it three in two weeks to have been shelved.
Wigan boss Lam, who said he had heard of another club being affected by coronavirus, talked of just how fine a line the sport is treading to stay going.
He said as the Warriors prepare to face Hull KR after last week’s tie at Huddersfield was postponed: “We’re perfect here. We’re 100 per cent.
“But it’s a difficult one as we’re doing everything we possibly can at this club to suit the guidelines.
“We’ve been really professional with our attitude but it only takes one slip-up somewhere along the line, then the whole place would be infected.
“That’s going on at other clubs at the moment and it’s really difficult to stop.
“We’re doing our part and by doing our part, we still missed a game last week. So it’s a really difficult process we’re going through but we understand why.
“And we’re all working towards the same outcome, of making sure we play rugby league and that we don’t go back into that area of having no games.
“That’s a worry for everybody.”
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