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3 MLS Teams Return to Full Training

Atlanta United, the New England Revolution, and Sporting Kansas City returned to full team training on Monday.

(Photos courtesy of MLS)

Players for these clubs passed two COVID-19 tests, and took an anti-body test, in order to participate in the training. This was part of the return to training protocols that MLS implemented when they lifted the training moratorium last week. There is more on the requirements of the clubs to be able to train here. The expectation is that an announcement will be made later this week about the format and schedule for the matches to be played in Orlando that will restart the 2020 MLS season. We'll have plenty to talk about on SDH this week as MLS is on its way back.

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