La Liga golf equipment will be capable of check gamers for Covid-19 subsequent week as a primary step in direction of a return for soccer in Spain.
- La Liga is planning to begin testing gamers for coronavirus subsequent week
- The method incorporates 4 levels which progressively take gamers from particular person classes
- La Liga president Javier Tebas mentioned not ending the season would result in collective losses of as much as one billion euros
Spain’s sports activities ministry on Thursday authorized La Liga’s plans for golf equipment to check their gamers for the coronavirus earlier than they return to coaching because the league appears to restart the season in June after it was suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Athletes in Spain have been compelled to coach at house since early March attributable to one of many strictest lockdowns in Europe, however Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez introduced they’re free to start particular person coaching at services from subsequent Monday.
A gathering was held between the game ministry and officers from La Liga, the Spanish soccer federation, the Spanish Footballers’ Affiliation and prime golf equipment comparable to Actual Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid amongst others.
The ministry mentioned medical workers on the golf equipment could be allowed to hold out the exams. Particular person coaching is a part of section two of Spain’s de-escalation plan.
Section three entails coaching in small teams of as much as eight gamers whereas section 4 refers to full group coaching which must final not less than two weeks earlier than motion returns.
High flight matches is not going to return till section 4 is accomplished, with 11 rounds of La Liga and the Copa del Rey ultimate but to be performed.
Whereas France introduced the tip of their season with Paris St Germain being awarded the Ligue 1 title, all main sports activities establishments in Spain, together with the federal government’s division for sport, have dedicated to finishing the season.
La Liga president Javier Tebas mentioned not ending the season would result in collective losses of as much as one billion euros ($1.09 billion).