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Top English Manager Hospitalised Due To Covid 19 Pneumonia Infection.

The Covid-19 pandemic continuously acts as an obstacle to progress. Reportedly, top English manager has been hospitalised due to pneumonia associated with Covid-19.

Steve Cotterill who is the Shrewsbury Town manager has been re-adamitted to hospital suffering from Covid-19 pneumonia. He tested positive earlier this year and had to spend a month in the hospital. He was later released but unfortunately had to go back after his condition needed more treatment.

His assistant, Aaron Wilbraham who is the acting manager mentioned in the press conference that Cotterill is strong and tough. He will have to spend another week in hospital but he will come out more stronger than ever.

Shrewsbury Town are currently at the 17th position of the League One with 37 points. They are in good form having managing 3 wins out of their last 5 league matches with One draw and one defeat.

Lastly, Wear masks, sanitize regularly and avoid crowded places to avoid the infections of Covid-19.

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