Milwall boss Gary Rowett has examined constructive for coronavirus, the Championship membership have confirmed.
The 46-year-old will now self-isolate for the following 10 days according to authorities pointers.
It’s going to see Rowett miss Millwall’s subsequent three matches towards Barnsley, Preston and Huddersfield.
In his absence, Lions assistant supervisor Adam Barrett will take cost of the first-team.
A membership assertion stated: “Millwall Soccer Membership can verify that its supervisor, Gary Rowett, has examined constructive for COVID-19.
“Rowett wakened this morning (Friday) with very gentle signs of the virus and consequently took a check. He didn’t oversee coaching at Calmont Highway forward of Saturday’s recreation towards Barnsley.
“In step with present authorities pointers, the Lions boss will self-isolate for a interval of 10 days. Assistant supervisor, Adam Barrett, will lead the staff all through Rowett’s absence.”
Millwall at present occupy the final play-off spot after profitable three of their opening six Championship matches.