Spurs training ground set to reopen for individual training
Spurs will be reopening parts of their training ground for players to return to individual training from Tuesday, the club confirmed on the official website.
The announcement comes in the wake of rivals Arsenal making their training facility available for players on Monday.
According to the announcement made, players will get to use the selected fields “on a strict rotational basis” as the club hopes to return to the pitch sooner rather than later.
“No more than one player per pitch will be permitted at any one time to undertake on-pitch exercise, with only a restricted number of the squad coming to the Training Centre each day.”
Only a limited number of players will be allowed into the Training Centre per day. Furthermore to ensure minimal contact between players, our club has insisted that the footballers arrive to training in their kit. They will have to leave immediately after the training session has been completed.
Since the lockdown was enforced in the UK, our players had been training at their respective homes. The club had started virtual team-training sessions via video-link this month, but this latest update should come as good news.
Manager Jose Mourinho is reported to have been staying at our training facility for a while now. So this should provide him with a chance to take a closer look at his players, as the Premier League works towards a resumption.
Prior to suspension of the season, Spurs were eighth in the table, seven points off of fourth-placed Chelsea.
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A number of our players and even our manager has been reprimanded for violating lockdown regulations in the recent past. Hopefully there will no repeat of such incidents once the training ground is open for the players from today.