The NWSL announced on Friday that Washington Spirit goalkeeper Devon Kerr has been issued a one-game suspension for “failing to follow team staff directives.”

Kerr will serve the suspension during the Spirit’s match against Kansas City on Sunday.

While the league did not specify on the sanction, Washington Post reporter Steven Goff tweeted that Kerr’s trip may have contributed to the Spirt’s forfeit against the OL Reign. The game, initially scheduled for Sept. 12, was declared a forfeit by the NWSL due to “breaches of the league’s medical protocols.”

Kerr later replied to one of Goff’s tweets to say that she is fully vaccinated and has never tested positive for COVID-19.

The Spirit, who have had to forfeit two games as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak within the team, are currently sixth in the NWSL standings, three points back of the Chicago Red Stars. Their season has been full of turmoil between the firing of coach Richie Burke amid allegations of verbal and emotional abuse, a conflict between co-owners and an NWSL investigation into the club after a report detailed allegations of a “toxic work culture for female employees.”