Italian Report Highlights Resumption Of Training Won’t Be The Same For All Teams

Italian Report Highlights Resumption Of Training Won’t Be The Same For All Teams
April 16, 2020 14:40
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The resumption of training will not be the same for everyone according to a report in the print edition of today’s Gazzetta dello Sport.

There has been no shortage of speculation as to when training may resume with most reports stating May 4 as the date that teams might be allowed back at their training ground to train with the view of resuming the 2019/20 season.

Some teams will have it easier than others though, the report suggests. Juventus, AC Milan, Napoli, Lazio, Cagliari and Lecce all have spacious training grounds with hotels where the players can stay.

Inter are not in as fortunate a position though. Whilst having no shortage of pitches or changing rooms, the club do have a shortage when it comes to accommodation with them not having enough rooms to accommodate around 60 people.

Atalanta, Roma and Parma find themselves in a similar position to Inter as do the likes of Sampdoria and Genoa who normally rely on external structures.

By Cammy Anderson
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