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Saturday, 18 September 2021

Valencia, Sevilla and Villarreal keep up training in pouring rain

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Valencia, Sevilla and Villarreal keep up training in pouring rain
Valencia, Sevilla and Villarreal keep up training in pouring rain

Under strict social distancing measures, players trained in solo sessions spread out over multiple pitches to limit potential coronavirus spread.

SHOWS: VALENCIA, SPAIN (MAY 14, 2020) (LA LIGA HANDOUT - ACCESS ALL) VALENCIA 1.

VARIOUS OF DEFENDER ELIAQUIM MANGALA (2 SHOTS) 2.

COACH ALBERT CELADES 3.

KEVIN GAMEIRO 4.

MIDFIELDER ALESSANDRO FLORENZI 5.

WINGER FERRAN TORRES COMPLETING TRAINING DRILL AND CELEBRATING 6.

MIDFIELDER CARLOS SOLER SEVILLE, SPAIN (MAY 14, 2020) (LA LIGA HANDOUT - ACCESS ALL) SEVILLA 7.

VARIOUS OF FORWARD YOUSSEF EN-NESYRI ON YOGA MAT (2 SHOTS) 8.

VARIOUS OF FORWARD MUNIR EL HADDADI ON YOGA MAT (2 SHOTS) 9.

VARIOUS OF EL HADDADI TRAINING (2 SHOTS) 10.

TWO PLAYERS DRIBBLING WITH BALLS 11.

COACH JULEN LOPETEGUI WITH FACE MASK 12.

VARIOUS OF MIDFIELDER FERNANDO (2 SHOTS) 13.

LOPETEGUI VILLARREAL, SPAIN (MAY 14, 2020) (LA LIGA HANDOUT - ACCESS ALL) VILLARREAL 14.

VILLARREAL TRAINING GROUND 15.

COACH JAVIER CALLEJA 16.

VARIOUS OF DEFENDER ALBERTO MORENO (3 SHOTS) 17.

VARIOUS OF MIDFIELDER MANU TRIGUEROS (2 SHOTS) 18.

STRIKER PACO ALCACER 19.

VARIOUS OF MIDFIELDER ANDRE-FRANK ZAMBO ANGUISSA (2 SHOTS) 20.

PLAYER JOGGING 21.

DEFENDER PAU TORRES STORY: Heavy downpours across Spain did not stop Valencia, Sevilla and Villarreal from keeping their training preparations in check on Thursday (May 14).

Under strict social distancing measures, players trained in solo sessions spread out over multiple pitches, so as to limit contact and the potential spread of the coronavirus.

La Liga president Javier Tebas has said he hopes Spanish soccer will resume on June 12 after being halted for more than three months due to the outbreak.

All clubs in Spain's top two divisions began testing players for the virus last week and many have now started individual training, the second step of the league's four-phase protocol for returning to action.

(Production: Stefan Haskins)