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La Liga to allow players to begin training in groups of ten Monday

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La Liga to allow players to begin training in groups of ten Monday

La Liga to allow players to begin training in groups of ten Monday

La Liga to allow top divisions to begin training in groups of up to ten on Monday

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SHOWS: BARCELONA, SPAIN (RECENT - MAY 13, 2020) (LA LIGA HANDOUT - ACCESS ALL) BARCELONA PLAYERS DOING INDIVIDUAL TRAINING SESSIONS 1.

VARIOUS OF FORWARD LIONEL MESSI TRAINING 2.

FORWARD ANTOINE GRIEZMANN TRAINING 3.

FORWARD LUIS SUAREZ TRAINING SEVILLA, SPAIN (RECENT - MAY 12, 2020) (LA LIGA HANDOUT - ACCESS ALL) 4.

VARIOUS OF SEVILLA FC SQUAD HOLDING TRAINING SESSION SAN SEBASTIAN, SPAIN (RECENT - MAY 12, 2020) (LA LIGA HANDOUT - ACCESS ALL) 5.

VARIOUS OF REAL SOCIEDAD PLAYERS DURING TRAINING SESSION VALENCIA, SPAIN (RECENT - MAY 12, 2020) (LA LIGA HANDOUT - ACCESS ALL) 6.

VARIOUS OF LEVANTE UD INDIVIDUAL TRAINING SESSION VITORIA-GASTEIZ, SPAIN (RECENT - MAY 12, 2020) (LA LIGA HANDOUT - ACCESS ALL) 7.

VARIOUS OF D ALAVES INDIVIDUAL TRAINING SESSION 8.

PLAYER WEARING A MASK USING SANITIZING GEL STORY: Spanish soccer has edged closer to returning after a long pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic after La Liga president Javier Tebas confirmed clubs in the top two divisions will begin training in groups of up to 10 players from Monday.

The return to group training follows a government announcement on Saturday allowing sports teams to return to activity regardless of the status of the lockdown in their own region.

Previously, only teams from regions that were in phase one of the de-escalation of the national state of emergency would be able to return to training in groups.

The provinces of Madrid and Barcelona are currently in phase zero.

"The confirmation of the return of group training will help to level up to standardise training," Tebas told Spanish television station Movistar on Sunday.

"It's very important that all teams are training at the same level and we are grateful that is now the case." All organised soccer in Spain has been indefinitely suspended since March 12, with Tebas previously warning that clubs would lose up to one billion euros if the season was not allowed to be completed.

Clubs began individual training earlier this month and the next step will be for them to move to full training before resuming matches without spectators, which must first be approved by the government's department for health.

Tebas reaffirmed that he hopes matches will start up again from June 12 and said he was feeling even more optimistic about being able to complete the season after the Bundesliga became the first major European league to resume action this weekend.

"I've sent my congratulations to the Bundesliga because they have made a tremendous effort," he added.

"We have worked very hard along side them in these last few months, exchanging protocols and ideas and I'm very proud of the Bundesliga because it wasn't easy but they were the first and they are an example to follow." (Production: David Grip)




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