Real Sociedad scrap training plan

  • Real Sociedad planned to train players individually at the club’s facilities but performed a U-turn on Sunday.


Modified April 13, 2020, 04:42 IST

Alexander Isak of the Real Sociedad

The Real Sociedad Coroner abandoned plans to return to training on Tuesday amid a virus epidemic.

Soissiadad will become the first Laligar team to resume training individually at the benefits of the club after pointing to their intention on Saturday.

Laviga was halted due to the latest COVID-19, which killed more than 100,000 people worldwide and Spain’s 17,220 – where strict travel and social-distance measures were implemented.

Sociedad called for several precautionary measures, but the Spanish team – the fourth in Laliga before withdrawing – performed the U-turn on Sunday.

“After negotiations with Concejo Superior de Deportes [CSD] Today and with the wishes of the Real Societies, we have decided that our players will continue to train at home. The club is fully aware of its responsibilities during the current epidemic, “a statement said.

“The Real Sociedad reminded us that our decision was to allow players to return to training in Jubieta starting on Tuesday. This was not being done in the training group at Jubieta. In addition, each player had to decide whether they wanted to do it at home or in Jubieta. To do this would be to follow established protocol, which is natural Thya maintained by the security authorities strictly respect.

“We are fully aware of our responsibilities and following the protocol established by the authorities, we are working on a plan to bring both our athletes and staff back to work. Health is an absolute priority that will take priority over all other considerations. We believe we must work. Work has to start on the return passage and in this direction We are available to assist with the organization.

“Last but not least, we would like to thank CSD for their friendly attitude during our conversation. We are committed to working to overcome this challenge and to return to normalcy as soon as possible.”

Posted on April 13, 2020, 04:42 IST

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