LaLiga has prepared a action protocol to be followed by the First Division teams for a return to the competition that remains undated, since it is subject to the evolution of the health crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The Cope chain, which has had access to it, anticipates that the plan for the return to practices is divided into four phases: training preparation, solo training, training in three groups of eight players each and, finally, collective training.
The action program, which affects that it would be “recommended a minimum of 15 days of training prior to the return of the competition” and emphasizes that only the “essential” personnel must be present in them, carrying out a series of measures to avoid contagion.
See the practice of COVID-19 tests to all staff members, to the people who live with the soccer players and to the members of the technical staff of each of the teams 72 hours before the return to training occurs. The sets must remain isolated in their concentration hotels or in the facilities of their sports cities, which could only be accessed by authorized personnel.
Footballers only they will be able to train, go to play or stay at home. The club’s management clarifies that in the event that a player’s coronavirus test is positive, they will proceed to total isolation and the entire block must undergo the test to detect if there are other infected members.
The document, whose guiding principle is to guarantee the health and safety of the players and their closest relatives, as well as of the technical bodies of the different squads and of all the workers who interact with them, establishes that the facilities used by the first team for training must be isolated from the rest, preventing access to them to all non-staff, except those who are essential for disinfection, cleaning and organization of work. It also emphasizes that the disinfection of the material and the cleaning of the facilities must be done in accordance with the instructions of the health authorities.