The first football team of the Saudi Al-Nasr Club performed its first training in more than 3 months, in preparation for the resumption of the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Cup League matches.
The Saudi League matches were suspended in March due to the Corona virus pandemic, and a few days ago it was announced that the tournament would resume on August 4.
Victory returns to training
The return of Al-Alamy players came after the players and the technical staff performed all medical tests for return according to the health protocol required by the Ministry of Sports.
The foreign professionals participated in the victory training, led by Moroccan Abdel-Razzaq Hamdallah, Brazilian Juliano and Australian goalkeeper Brad Jones.
Also, Maran, the Saudi League title holder, today included running around the stadium and exercises to raise fitness levels, and then the players performed a number of tactical exercises, according to the Saudi Sports Newspaper.
Al-Nasr is second in the Saudi League with 45 points, 6 points behind leaders Al Hilal.