The Geelong Cats are preparing for an extended stint on the road during the AFL finals amid Covid uncertainty.
She captioned the photo of her husband walking away, ‘That was a tough goodbye.’
The long goodbye: Brit Selwood (pictured left) shared her heartbreaking goodbye from husband Joel Selwood (right) as the Geelong captain entered a hard lockdown in Melbourne’s GMHBA Stadium on Monday
The long-term couple tied the knot in 2020.
According to the AFL’s official website, the Cats must complete 60 hours of hard quarantine before flying to South Australia.
Once there, if they pass a negative Covid test they’ll be allowed to play their qualifying final against Port Adelaide on Friday.
The team are ‘hoping to fly on Thursday to begin early preparations from the team hotel.’
Farewell: According to the AFL’s official website , the Cats must complete 60 hours of hard quarantine before flying to South Australia
After that the Cats, along with the Melbourne Demons, will, according to The Age, travel to Perth and ‘must be ready to remain there for the duration of the finals.’
Meanwhile Sydney, GWS, Western Bulldogs and Essendon are headed to Tasmania for their finals, and could well be based there until the Grand Final.
That ultimate match is increasingly likely to be hosted in Perth, rather than its traditional home at the MCG.
Uncertainty: After that the team, along with the Melbourne Demons, will according to The Age travel to Perth and ‘must be ready to remain there for the duration of the finals.’ Selwood seen here in July