Dresden, Germany (dpa) – football second division side Dynamo Dresden has taken after his 14-day home quarantine back in the team training.

“As a footballer you’d be happy simply if you are after all the small and large restrictions in the past weeks and months, finally back together as a team on the pitch and the Ball of the foot have been allowed to,” said coach Markus Kauczinski in a Club statement. “And that is exactly what was shown on the boys during the unit also.”

After a short discussion the second-League-final light completed a roughly 90-minute session in preparation to the restart of the 31. May against VfB Stuttgart. The next session is scheduled for Sunday (15.00). Starting Monday, Dynamo applies the prescribed one-week quarantine training camp in a Dresden Hotel, where the Saxons are preparing for the upcoming nine games in 29 days. The Dresden public health office had several positive corona tests on 9. May, a 14-day home quarantine for the entire Team arranged.

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