the Players of Aalborg bk is discharged and will no longer train under the instruction from one of the club’s coaches.

Superligaspillerne in the AaB must no longer train under the guidance of the staff in the club.

The north jutland club have chosen to send the players home for an indefinite time, while the League is still in the fight against coronavirus.

It happens, in spite of the divisions ‘ organization, last week issued new guidelines, where you opened for, that the players can train together in smaller groups of up to eight players.

– We respect the Divisionsforeningens’s announcement last week, but we have from our side judged that it neither makes sense enough purely sporting or from a public health perspective, to let our players train in the, admittedly, permitted groups of eight players, why, instead, we so far have chosen to send them home, says the AaB’s executive director, Thomas Bælum to the club’s website.

In the recent times, players have either trained individually or in groups of two and two, under the guidance of the club’s physical trainer, Ashley Tootle.

With Wednesday’s repatriation is the players are no longer required to train, but will get full pay in hjemsendelsesperioden. AaB get a subsidy for the payroll through the government’s tripartite agreement.

– We know that players have a good base, and that they will also keep the at the right in the coming weeks, but of course, we have no longer any claim on it. It is up to the individual to be disciplined around the part, and we have full confidence, said Thomas Bælum.

Previously a number of other superligaklubber taken similar steps. FC Nordsjaelland, ODENSE, Randers, Esbjerg, south Jutland, Hobro, Horsens and Lyngby have also sent players home on lønkompensationsordning.