Full Team Training Not Approved By Spanish Government
When Spanish Health Minister, Salvador Illa, was questioned with regards to when clubs will be able to train with more than ten players at the same time, he responded by saying that it is something that is being considered, but that for now will not be approved.
It is being considered, but the authorities haven’t taken any decision about it. Clubs will have to wait a little longer to be able to train in groups of more than ten players.
That is what the Minister Illa said. “We’re going to look into it, but there’s no decision about it at the moment”, he explained.
Therefore, until further announcement, clubs will have to continue with exercises in reduced groups and by turns, so the normality is still far away.
The resumption of the competition, therefore, seems like it will be delayed. ‘COPE’ speculate that Sevilla v Betis, the match that will inaugurate the return of La Liga, will be played 19th June.