The Naples It is one of the first-class clubs in Europe that has most shown its willingness to resume professional activity since the crisis of the coronavirus forced to stop national and international soccer competitions in March. The rival of the FC Barcelona in the round of 16 of the Champions League, who has pending the second leg match at the Camp Nou after the 1-1 Registered in San Paolo At the end of February, he has been training since last Monday and plans to perform serological tests on the players on his squad once a week.
This periodicity in the tets will begin to be practiced by the southern Italian club from the training session next Saturday. TuttoSport He advanced what the template preparation routine would be like. Genaro Gatusso in Castel Volturno.
Three shifts per day, to avoid crowding
According to the plan, there will be three rounds of work for each day, starting with the goalkeepers, then following two more rounds of 12 players at a time, divided into three fields Castelvolturno’s gameplay: four players for each field, each of them will work in a portion of about 30 meters, so that they do not even touch. At the end of each work session there will be a buffer per hour of approximately half an hour, to allow the second group to reach the technical center, without crossing the previous shift.
All the team will train for about an hour, through a work method to be divided into stations, one of technique, the other physical and another dedicated to muscle. Each of the Naples technicians will be in charge of the individual stations. Starting on Saturday, May 9, the team will train in this way for about a week and, in particular, it will do so almost spontaneously: the club does not consider this individual training phase mandatory but optional.
Naples activated its resumption plan since the president of the Campania region, Vincenzo De Luca, He announced in an intervention on Facebook live that the San Paolo club could return to train very soon. The Regional Crisis Unit of Campania announced the approval for Naples to return to activity last Monday, May 4.
The President of Naples, Aurelio De Laurentiis, had previously called the authorities requesting that his team return to training on its three available soccer fields in Castel Volturno, “where professionals can be 20 meters away.”
Naples, therefore, is ahead of Barça and the Spanish clubs in terms of returning to activity.