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The British newspaper "Daily Mail" revealed that the authorities inside the United Kingdom had rejected the attempts of Brazilian goalkeeper Alison Baker, Liverpool, to travel to his hometown, to attend his father's funeral.

And the Brazilian authorities announced the death of José Baker, the father of Alison Baker, at dawn yesterday, Thursday, after his body was found drowned in a lake on the family's farm near the town of Lavras do Sol, southern Brazil.

The United Kingdom refuses to exempt Alison from attending his father's funeral in Brazil

The British government announced, in mid-February, the Red List, which sets up a number of countries to ban flights to and from it, and from these countries, "Brazil".

The government made clear at the time that anyone leaving Britain for the Red List countries must isolate himself for a period of two weeks at home.

Alison's stay at home for two weeks means that Liverpool will not be able to count on him during the team's matches next March in the Premier League.

The Reds goalkeeper tried desperately to find a way to travel to Brazil, and avoided staying in quarantine upon returning to England, but his attempts were unsuccessful, according to the newspaper.

The newspaper explained that Alison made a decision to stay in Merseyside, and to fail to attend the funeral of his father due to the ban on flights from the United Kingdom and severe restrictions to prevent the spread of the Corona pandemic "Covid-19".

It is noteworthy that Liverpool is preparing to meet Sheffield United, on Sunday evening, at the "Bramall Lane" stadium, within the twenty-sixth round of the Premier League.
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