The Impact players allowed to train in small groups

Les joueurs de l'Impact autorisés à s'entraîner en petits groupes

The public health Directorate of Quebec has accepted that the players of the Montreal Impact as they train in small groups at the Center Nutrilait as of Monday, according to what was stated by the team in the morning.

In a press release, the Blue-White-Black has clarified that all meetings will be held “on a voluntary basis in a sanitary environment safe and controlled. The two natural turf pitches will be used, which will enable staff to assign a group of players at each full court or in each half of the field”.

In addition, the indoor facilities of the Centre Nutrilait remain closed and inaccessible. The clubs must also continue to apply the health policy that were in place for the sessions of individual training. For their part, members of the media will not go to the place because of the guidelines imposed by Major League Soccer (MLS).

The tour season Garber was interrupted in march because of the pandemic of the sars coronavirus. The Impact had played just two matches of the regular schedule. The league has agreed with the players Association and, according to the network ESPN, she plans to organize a tournament in Orlando in July. The matches would count for the ranking of the campaign.

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