La Liga gets green light to start training
Spanish president Pedro Sanchez on Tuesday announced that LaLiga players can resume individual training sessions on May 4, activities which are allowed under “Phase 0.”
The development is a huge step towards resuming football in the country following the indefinite suspension of the sport in March due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
The date for resuming the Spanish league has however not been met as the country continues to struggle to contain the virus.
After Phase 0 is completed, training sessions at club centres will then be allowed in Phase 1, which will get underway on May 11.
Spain is one of the most hit countries with 236 899 confirmed cases and 24 275 deaths as of April 30, 2020, 05:08 GMT.
Meanwhile, France has dismissed possibilities of resuming football in the near future in that country with that the French prime minister banning football until September, either with or without fans.
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