Boss of Derby County's Championship rivals tests positive for coronavirus

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Middlesbrough manager Neil Warnock has tested positive for coronavirus.

The Championship club has confirmed that Warnock will be spending a period in isolation in accordance with government guidelines.

After displaying mild symptoms, Warnock is understood to be in good spirits, but will not be taking charge of Boro’s game against Bournemouth.

Warnock sat out Tuesday’s Carabao Cup defeat to Barnsley, watching from the stands with assistant manager Kevin Blackwell and first-team coach Ronnie Jepson in charge.

Jepson also carried out media duties post-match.

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The rest of Boro’s coaching staff are understood to have tested negative, meaning they are free to take charge of the

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