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Spanish clubs are looking to resume full training as the Spanish government has given clubs permission to resume training.

Spanish football has been suspended since March due to the outbreak of the Corona virus pandemic.

The country’s top tier division has given a detailed outline on how training activities are to be carried out in accordance with the proper health care safeguards.

The aim is to restart the league as soon as possible atleast by mid-June and matches will be played behind closed doors.

There are 11 rounds of matches to be played, with Barcelona two points ahead of Real Madrid in second place.

Spain has announced a four phased plan on how to lift restrictions in movement, during ‘phase zero’ from 4-11 of May, professional leagues can resume training.

Part of the strict guidelines for training will first of all start from individual training to small group training to team training.

Players, coaches and staff are to be tested before their individual training after which testing on the training ground regularly.

While in Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 the season has been deemed over on Tuesday after France banned all sporting activities until and without spectators until September.

After the French FA made the announcement on the annulment of the season, La Liga’s president Javier Tebas said that he does not understand why there will be much danger in playing football matches behind closed doors after all the precautionary measures taken.

European leagues have until 25th of May to decide whether to resume league matches or to forfeit the season as a whole. Spanish clubs are looking to resume full training as the Spanish government has given clubs permission to resume training.

Spanish football has been suspended since March due to the outbreak of the Corona virus pandemic.

The country’s top tier division has given a detailed outline on how training activities are to be carried out in accordance with the proper health care safeguards.

The aim is to restart the league as soon as possible atleast by mid-June and matches will be played behind closed doors.

There are 11 rounds of matches to be played, with Barcelona two points ahead of Real Madrid in second place.

Spain has announced a four phased plan on how to lift restrictions in movement, during ‘phase zero’ from 4-11 of May, professional leagues can resume training.

Part of the strict guidelines for training will first of all start from individual training to small group training to team training.

Players, coaches and staff are to be tested before their individual training after which testing on the training ground regularly.

While in Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 the season has been deemed over on Tuesday after France banned all sporting activities until and without spectators until September.

After the French FA made the announcement on the annulment of the season, La Liga’s president Javier Tebas said that he does not understand why there will be much danger in playing football matches behind closed doors after all the precautionary measures taken.

European leagues have until 25th of May to decide whether to resume league matches or to forfeit the season as a whole.

 

Abudulrasheed Mubarak is a freelance content creator. He starting his writing career in 2011. He is a graduate of Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi in Urban and Regional Planning.

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