By Eurohoops Team/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Following adjusted guidelines from health authorities, 7DAYS EuroCup and ABA League team, Partizan should begin practices outdoors on Monday, per Serbian outlet Nova.rs.
The competitions featuring Partizan remain on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, Andrea Trinchieri’s players hope to make the most of the opportunity to train, even if they can’t actually return to the courts, practice indoors.
No more than ten people included coaches are allowed to attend, plus two optional (doctor, physio). Physical contact is not permitted, while everyone involved must keep a distance of two meters.
Those are just some of the regulations which also include strict measures about disinfection, checking for symptoms prior to entering the facilities, traveling to and from the destination in company as well as usage, storage and disposal of personal or any other items, etc.
It should also be noted that Partizan won’t have the full roster available as all the foreigners (six players), except for RaShawn Thomas, returned to their home countries. Coach Trinchieri did so as well.
Before the suspension of the 2019-20 season, Partizan qualified for the EuroCup playoffs via a 5-1 Top 16 run. As for ABA, the team topped the table with a 17-4 W-L record.