Several MLS teams and players returned to training fields this week as the league cleared the start of voluntary individual workouts. More teams are expected to join them in the coming days and weeks."Very happy," Atlanta United FC midfielder Pity Martinez told reporters. "They took important measures at the club to take care of us and take care of the [team] personnel. As long as it's done with caution, it's perfect."Real Salt Lake midfielder Damir Kreilach added, "For the last two months we were able just to run outside and do some stuff in the garage. So after two months to be the first time on the field, it was great."The workouts are voluntary and must be conducted in compliance with health and safety protocols the league created in consultation with medical and infectious disease experts.Only essential staff will be allowed into training facilities, all equipment and spaces must be sanitized and disinfected between sessions, players must be screened and have temperature checks upon arrival, and only the outdoor fields at the training facilities can be used with a maximum of four players practicing by themselves.&Read More – Source

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