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Last English footballers playing abroad return home after lower-league Swedish football is FINALLY called off due to coronavirus

The last active English footballers in Europe are returning home after lower division football in Sweden was called off until the end of April.

Former Bradford City forward Raeece Ellington, Luke Hirst (ex-Dagenham) & Kain McGaughey (ex-Wigan) are all due to fly back tomorrow (Monday) from fifth division IFK Moura.

Already back on Friday are ex-Blackpool goalkeeper Harvey Simson of fourth division Boden near the Arctic circle, Aaron Ekumah (ex-Norwich City) and Dylan Switters (Stevenage) of IF Gottne and former Bury trainee Jack Hatton who was at Ytterhogdals.

All Swedish football is now off due to coronavirus after lower-league matches were suspended
Players such as ex-Blackpool goalkeeper Harvey Simson play in Sweden and are coming home

The Swedish FA who had already cancelled games in the top three divisions announced last week they were extending the ban to all divisions.