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Wolves already have Premier League permission to exercise in small groups

Raúl Jiménez scored again with Wolverhampton.

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Amid great controversy around the world about the return of football and the resumption of training, the Premier League It is one of the first leagues to allow its players to go to a second stage in the facilities of each club, since it allowed them to train in small groups. after undergoing coronavirus testing.

Such is the case of Wolverhampton, which finally managed to advance one more step in the return to normality. With this, Raúl Jiménez became the first Mexican to get group training, since until now other Aztec footballers, such as the case of “Tecatito” Corona, had their league canceled, and others, such as “Chucky” Lozano, continue to carry out work individually; in their facility centers, but keeping a healthy distance from their peers.

Still, the Wolves continue to take many health safety measures to minimize the risk of contagion. All were tested for coronavirus last Monday and will do it periodically, at least once a week to detect possible cases of contagion in a timely manner; They also take their temperature arriving at training and several times throughout the day, since having it high is one of the symptoms of the disease.

So far there is no tentative date for the return of the Premier League, but it seems that it could take several more weeks, since Six players tested positive these days, three from Watford, one from Burnley and two more whose names and clubs have not been released.