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La Liga organizers confirmed today that clubs in the top two divisions in the country, can resume full training from Monday. Football in Spain was halted in March, due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Teams in Spain had earlier returned to individual training at the start of May, before progressing to training in groups of up to 10 players, two weeks later. The group was allowed to increase to 14 players from last Monday.

“Clubs will begin collective training on June 1 after the government’s latest health order on the easing of restrictions.” Read the statement.

“La Liga clubs will start collective training on Monday, June 1. The fourth phase, which starts next Monday, is the last step in this protocol that will lead to clubs starting competition on June 11.”

The top flight will resume on June 11, with Sevilla playing Real Betis, with matches potentially being held every day of the week, behind closed doors, until the season is concluded on July 19.

Barcelona currently lead the table with two points, ahead of closest rivals, Real Madrid. While Sevilla, Real Sociedad, Getafe, Atletico Madrid and Valencia occupy the third to seventh positions respectively, they’d be hoping to qualify for the Champions League or Europa League.

 

By Muyiwa Aguda 

See also:La Liga Cleared To Return From June 8

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