Scottish Premiership clubs can resume contact training

By Kheredine Idessane

BBC Scotland

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Look: Ross County beginning socially-distanced training

Scottish Premiership golf equipment are allowed to resume full contact training from Monday after the Scottish authorities permitted plans.

Ministers had been pondering proposals from the football authorities sooner than the tip flight’s deliberate return on 1 August.

Coaching has been restricted to little groups, with social distancing in space, since 11 June.

Golf equipment must conform to public successfully being measures, including Covid-19 testing.

They must furthermore persist with the foundations outlined in the Scottish FA’s return-to-training protocols.

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