Heung-Min Son: Tottenham advances one of the top five in his class as he completes military training | Football News

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Heung-Min Son began basic three-week training on April 20

Heung-Min Son began basic three-week training on April 20

Heung-Min Son completed his three-week basic military training in South Korea, finishing in the top five of 157 people in his class.

The Tottenham striker, who entered the Marine Corps training camp on southern Jeju Island on April 20, also finished with a perfect shooting record.

Son’s graduation ceremony has been closed to the public due to social distancing rules in South Korea to fight coronavirus, but dozens of fans were still waiting outside for the 27-year-old man. .

Son was one of five students in his class to be awarded for his performance

Son was one of five students in his class to be awarded for his performance

He obtained an exemption from the full 21 months of military service by helping South Korea win football gold at the 2018 Asian Games.

Her son must still complete certain community service obligations by 2023 in order to fully discharge his military duties.

He decided to continue his military training while the Premier League was suspended due to coronavirus.

His is expected in London this month, with the Premier League aiming to start in camera matches from June as part of his “Project Restart”.

Tottenham players back – but under strict conditions

The Tottenham players have resumed training at their Hotspur Way base, but under strict conditions, including shift shifts for the first team.

Only one team member has been allowed on each court at any one time, and players have been instructed to go alone to the base, with no elevators allowed.

All activities must be carried out with social distancing measures in place and there are restrictions on the numbers allowed at the training center each day.

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Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho said the suspension of football due to the coronavirus pandemic had given his players time to recover from their injuries

Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho said the suspension of football due to the coronavirus pandemic had given his players time to recover from their injuries

The Premier League is targeting a return to breakout training starting on May 18, although several club doctors have expressed concern over the proposal to restart the league project.

The government is strongly considering allowing clubs to step up training in early June to play behind closed doors later in the month.

Reboot project protocols state that all players and staff must be tested twice in a week before entering the training ground for small group training and the Premier League is looking to set up its own test centers behind the wheel, away from the club’s training grounds.

The clubs will meet again Monday, the day after the UK government reports on the lockout restrictions.

Spurs boss Jose Mourinho, who has delivered food to the local community, wants to finish the 2019/20 campaign when football is deemed safe.

“If we play the remaining nine games this season, it will be good for all of us,” he told Sky Sports in an exclusive interview.

“It will be good for football, for the Premier League.

“If we play football in camera, I would like to think that football is never in camera. With cameras, it means millions and millions of people are watching. So if one day we enter this empty stage, it will not be empty, not at all. “

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