(Pictures): Billy Gilmour, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and and the rest of the team return to stage two contact training
Chelsea yesterday were permitted to start contact training again as stage two of training return started under the cautious designs for ‘project restart’.
A week ago observed a return to training with no contact and as yet keeping social distancing set up. This week they were permitted to begin making tackles, and play in house matches.
This will be the peak for the chaps as they would now be able to buckle down on their matches fitness before a Premier League return later in the month.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek seemed to playing very well which was reviving to see after his long-term injury problems. Furthermore, youngster Billy Gilmour was additionally stalling out in and having fun.
Some more photos from today’s session!
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