As of today, Monday 30 March, the 14-day period that the team, coaches and officials of SV Wehen Wiesbaden spent in quarantine is over. They went into voluntary isolation after SVWW player Tobias Mißner had tested positive for the coronavirus.
"It was a challenging time, the likes of which none of us have ever experienced," said SVWW sporting director Christian Hock of the quarantine period. "It was much more difficult for our players, who are used to their daily workload on the pitch. Despite the individual training plans, it is an important step for them that they are now allowed out the house again."
Starting Tuesday, the SVWW senior team will hold individualised training sessions in small groups in accordance with the official requirements.
To this end, a detailed catalogue of measures has been developed which includes strictly separated small groups with permanently assigned coaches and supervisors, separate premises and training times, as well as a host of hygiene measures.
"We shall implement the specifications that we have been given with great care in all areas," explained Hoch, who continued: "At present, there are definitely more important things than football, but games will eventually return and we're all already looking forward to that."
All training sessions shall take place behind closed doors until further notice.