Foot – MLS – Coronavirus

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "ESPN and The Athletic detailed the conditions of Friday MLS imagined recovery with a closed-door tournament in Orlando. Stopped for more than two months due to the coronavirus pandemic, MLS would develop a recovery plan in the form of a tournament involving its 26 & nbsp in camera franchises in Orlando, Florida. ESPN and The Athletic, the format would be as follows: three & nbsp; groups of six & nbsp; teams and another of eight, then a final phase. The details have yet to be finalized, according to these media, which specify that the League and the players' union must agree on the holding of this competition doomed to be televised. According to ESPN, players are concerned about the conditions inside the "bubble" and the prospect of being away from their families for 10 weeks. MLS would like teams to travel to Disney World's Wide World of Sports complex in June to resume group training, before starting the tournament in July. The MLS sent the teams a plan including security protocols, limiting each delegation to 45 or even 47 people maximum. Players and staff would undergo tests at Covid-19 three days before their departure. Those who test positive will not be allowed to travel. The teams would then be quarantined at a hotel in this Orlando complex, also eyeing the NBA to end its season there. During a week, all would be subjected to medical examinations, temperature controls and other tests before the matches. The All-Star Game 2020 canceled Each team would play at least five matches, the results of which would count towards the MLS season standings, suspended after just two days. MLS officials have not yet given up on the idea of ​​resuming their Championship later this year. Direct elimination matches would not be counted for the season, however. "Data-reactid =" 19 "> ESPN and The Athletic detailed Friday the conditions of recovery imagined by the MLS, with a closed-door tournament in Orlando Stopped for more than two months because of the coronavirus pandemic, the MLS would develop a recovery plan in the form of a tournament involving its 26 franchises behind closed doors in Orlando (Florida). ESPN and The Athletic, the format would be as follows: three groups of six teams and another of eight, then a final phase. The details have yet to be finalized, according to these media, which specify that the League and the players' union must agree on the holding of this competition doomed to be televised. According to ESPN, players are concerned about the conditions inside the “bubble” and the prospect of being away from their families for 10 weeks. MLS would like teams to travel to Disney World's Wide World of Sports complex in June to resume group training, before starting the tournament in July. The MLS sent the teams a plan including security protocols, limiting each delegation to 45 or even 47 people maximum. Players and staff would undergo tests at Covid-19 three days before their departure. Those who test positive will not be allowed to travel. The teams would then be quarantined at a hotel in this Orlando complex, also eyeing the NBA to end its season there. During a week, all would be subjected to medical examinations, temperature controls and other tests before the matches. The 2020 All-Star Game canceled Each team would play at least five matches, the results of which would count towards the ranking of the MLS season, suspended after only two days. MLS officials have not yet given up on the idea of ​​resuming their Championship later this year. Direct elimination matches would not be counted for the season, however.