Serie A clubs have been given the go-ahead to resume team training from May 18. This was announced on Wednesday by Italian sports minister, Vincenzo Spadafora. Last week, there was a meeting between the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) and the government’s technical scientific committee (CTS) on details for a return to group training. Italy is restricting lockdown order that has lasted for two months due to coronavirus pandemic. Spadafora and his health counterpart, Roberto Speranza has in a joint statement said that the CTS accepted the FIGC protocol for a resumption of group sessions. The duo, in a statement, noted that the opinion requested by the government from the CTS was in line with its prudence, adding that the indications considered to be stringent and binding would be sent to the Federation for the necessary adjustments. This is to allow for a safe resumption of team training from the said date. It could be recalled that football actions have been on halt in the country since March 9 due to the rising case of the coronavirus that eventually left over 30,000 people dead in the country so far, but the spread and the daily death toll has reduced massively. Having
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