The Montreal impact announced on Saturday that its players can now access the site of the Centre Nutrilait for single drives, and as of next Monday.
The Québec public health has therefore given its approval to the montreal club, which shall be subject to the protocol that it has provided to the government. In addition to being approved by decision-makers of the province, the health Impact has received the approval of the Major League Soccer (MLS).
“On a voluntary basis, the club players will train individually in a sanitary environment controlled and very safe. The two natural turf pitches will be used, which will allow eight players to train at the same time, remaining each in a quarter of the land clearly delineated,” said the Impact, by way of a press release.
Athletes and members of the staff of the club, however, will not have access to indoor facilities of the Centre Nutrilait.
A recovery scenario
The MLS has been forced to put its season 2020 break last march, due to the pandemic of sars coronavirus. At this time, the Impact had a record of 1-0-1 in the circuit Garber and was about to play the return match of the quarter finals of the champions League Concacaf.
Currently, the MLS is working on a recovery scenario involving a tournament with all of its training courses, which would be held in Orlando, Florida. No format has yet been formalized, nor the date of addition.