Premier League clubs are returning to training - when will others follow suit?
Some Premier League teams have สมัครสมาชิกfun88 returned to training grounds while players of other teams are still in self-isolation. What is your club doing as the coronavirus pandemic continues?
Arsenal were the first to welcome back members of their first-team squad on April 27. The players have been allowed to return to their London Colney training ground, but will continue to train individually in accordance with government health guidelines.
The players must travel alone, do their สมัครเล่นเกมยิงปลา individual workout and return home. Access for Mikel Arteta's players is limited, carefully managed, and social distancing is being maintained at all times.
Arsenal's players have been partaking in training sessions from home as a result of the disruption caused by coronavirus.
Aston Villa shut down their training ground at the end of March and the players have been carrying out individual training programmes.
Indeed, Dean Smith's players have not วิธีเล่นไฮโลออนไลน์บนมือถือ been at their Bodymoor Heath training ground since March 12, three days after the last Premier League game - the 4-0 defeat at Leicester.
Villa are yet to comment on when players will be returning to the training ground, but Ahmed Elmohamady revealed exclusively to Sky Sports how the players have been working hard during the lockdown.
"The club have given us a เว็บหนังออนไลน์ดีที่สุด training programme, I've been running and training every day, working hard," he said.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe revealed to Sky Sports that he and his coaching staff have been in regular contact with the players via Whatsapp and telephone calls and said his players are starting to "ramp back up" the intensity of the training programmes ahead of the possible resumption of the season in June.
But there are currently no plans for the reopening of King's Park, the training ground next to the Vitality Stadium, under strict conditions