The Argentine teams returned to training


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The Argentine teams returned to training

The First Division campuses, added to Tigre, began to move with a view to the return of activity in September.

The day has come for First Division clubs in Argentine soccer to be able to resume training after almost five months without being able to do so due to restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Tigre, from the First National (2nd division) is added to the teams in the main category, since it is urgent to start the work by having the Copa Libertadores date scheduled for mid-September.

The campuses returned with strict protocols and the order that they must begin to work in groups, until the authorities are ready and the corresponding sanitation is carried out in each one of them.

The recent cases of COVID-19 registered in Boca (Agustín Almendra), River (Gonzalo Montiel in a serological test, and the youth goalkeeper Ezequiel Centurión), Racing (Juan José Cáceres) took the account to a total of 16 players diagnosed in the last days and that forced the isolation of said professionals.

For now, the teams are already back on the field of each of their properties, exercising with a view to official action: Boca, River, Racing, Defensa y Justicia and Tigre will be the first to do so in the Libertadores, while locally, a return is expected by the end of September.

Photo: FEDERICO PARRA / AFP via Getty Images


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