If there is a player who seems to be stainless it is Sebastián Abreu . At 43, the footballer who has already been through 27 clubs throughout his career, including River or San Lorenzo, recounted details of his return to training.
"It was very difficult for me to return to training when they allowed me to exercise outdoors. The displacements caused me muscle pain, in the aerobic part I noticed different sensations from returning from vacation, much worse," said the attacker who is currently a player. and leader at the Boston River.
True to his particular humor, El Loco also stated that "it doesn't even get to be 60%, it is like I have a five-kilo backpack, I have been dragging the sled." After the stoppage in soccer, the Uruguayan Soccer Association announced that the idea is for the competition in Uruguay to return in August.
The attacker spoke to The Observer after undergoing medical checks seeking to rule out any coronavirus contagion. "It is annoying. Not as much as a good nudge on the nose, but it is annoying. It is still five seconds … Some colleagues came tearing and nothing happened to others," said Sebastián Washington about the process.
Next Monday, after these controls, Phase 2 could start in Uruguay while, if there was not a strong increase in infections, on August 1 it could be played again in the Apertura tournament, although it is expected to be without an audience.