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New England Revs’ Diego Fagundez: How Fast Can I Get That Game Fitness Back?

On Wednesday, Major League Soccer will allow teams to open training sites to voluntary, individual workouts if there are no conflicts with local government restrictions. Access to gyms and training rooms will only be open to players rehabilitating after an injury or surgery, and players may not enter locker rooms. All shared equipment, including balls, must be disinfected after each player’s workout. Training in small groups or with the entire team remains prohibited until at least May 16; the MLS season is not expected to restart until mid-June. We recently caught up with New England Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez, who traded the pitch for a video game controller during the lockdown. .

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