Maribor and Olimpija already in ‘real’ training

Maribor and Olimpija already in ‘real’ training: ‘There is no football without the ball’

After more than two months of absence, the Maribor and Olimpija footballers returned to training similar to those they were used to before the First League stopped. Last week, the government announced the release of some measures, including training in team contact sports. Nevertheless, the people of Štajerska and Ljubljana had to follow numerous recommendations and instructions of the National Institute of Public Health.

According to the decree on temporary conditions for the implementation of activities in the field of top or. competitive sports are from 8.5. in Ljudski vrt, the football players of Maribor trained in small groups. “With the harmonization of opinions and the position of the medical profession, there are no more reservations about returning the team to normal working rails,” they wrote on the official website of the current champions. “The government’s decision also brings additional optimism in order to continue and end the First League 2019/20 season in the scheduled time. The competition calendar has not yet been confirmed, but the season could continue in early June according to the guidelines of the Football Association,” optimists in Styria said. . “I hope that this season will pass and that we will be able to show our true face in the future,” Maribor midfielder Rudi Požeg Vancaš told us on camera. Maribor was only fourth in the standings after a break after 25 rounds, and the Styrians also took advantage of the break to bring a new coach to the club. They will go hunting for Aluminij, Celje and the leading Olimpija under the tutelage of Sergej Jakirović.

The Olimpija footballers also returned to the trainings, our team was also there, in the video below you can see what Nik Kapun said during the first group training after the break due to the new coronavirus. “Great thing, we’ve already missed normal training sessions. We’re all very happy to be able to start training the way we should,” the Dragons midfielder welcomed the group training sessions. More in the conversation below with journalist Sanja Modrić.

Both of them agreed during the first group training sessions after returning to the greens after the new coronavirus pandemic: “There is no football without a ball.”