FC Nordsjælland-trainer Flemming Pedersen is considering to call the players back to training in about a week’s time.
FC Nordsjælland is one among the nine superligaklubber, who sent the players home without the requirement of training.
But now consider the Farum club to call the players back and train in small groups, although one may not be collected more than ten persons during the outbreak of coronavirus.
– We lurk a bit to go in again in about a week’s time with the class.
– Players will then have been away in a month’s time, and then we can get the feel of where they are mentally, ” says FCN-coach Flemming Pedersen for TV3 Sport.
FCN sent the players home, so the club could get grants for payroll through the government’s tripartite agreement.
With the return players are not obliged to train, but will get full pay in hjemsendelsesperioden.
– I can imagine that for the vast majority of our players have been a challenging period. It with having to train themselves, when they are accustomed to that virtually everything is organised for them.
– On the other hand, we work a lot with the self-motivated player, and the self-developing plays, so it will be really exciting to see what condition they are physically and mentally comes back in, says Pedersen.
FC Midtjylland, FC Copenhagen, Brøndby, denmark, Hobro and Silkeborg are the five clubs that do not have sent the players home. The players of the clubs to selvtræne or work out in small groups in the klubregi.
the Silkeborg director Kent Madsen told last month to the news agency Ritzau, why bundklubben want to keep an eye on the fact that the players keep themselves in shape.
– We evaluate that it can be small margins that determine who’s performing frisag in the bottom of the range, and who does not.
– It is a better solution, that we have ongoing dialogue with the players about the training course, which they each fit. They are sharper than they would otherwise do, says Kent Madsen.
In Silkeborg you don’t want to move down, and afterwards wonder if you should have used a part of the club’s double-digit millionoverskud on training.
today, the technology is such that they each have a chip, which they wear when doing different exercises. On a computer we can see whether the players have had the high-intensity running, we have asked for.
– It is an additional useful tool in the situation we are in, says Kent Madsen.
the organization of division is working on several possible scenarios to play football again, and one of them is to start the League up in the middle of may without spectators.