GUISELEY will have to spend the next fortnight in isolation, postponing three matches in the process, after a first team player tested positive for Coronavirus.

On Friday night, the Lions were forced to call off their clash the next day with Brackley Town, once the player revealed he was experiencing symptoms and going for a test.

This came after one of his family member's had already tested positive, so it was always likely that the set out break until November 11 would be enforced.

League fixtures with Kidderminster Harriers at Nethermoor and Chorley at Victory Park have now both been postponed.

Guiseley issued this statement: "We can confirm that having received a positive Covid-19 test, the first team have been placed in a mandatory 14-day isolation period, and will emerge from such isolation on Wednesday 11th November.

"As such, our fixtures at home to Kidderminster Harriers and away to Chorley have officially been postponed by the National League.

"New dates for these fixtures and the Brackley fixture will be announced in due course, and we wish our individuals affected a speedy recovery."