Falkenberg FF’s Peter Nsima has said that football actions will return in Sweden anytime from now after the Allsvenskan clubs have been asked to resume back to training.
Nsima, in a chat, confirmed that training has started in various centers.
“We are supposed to start the league in April but the government kept postponing the resumption, the country is on partial lockdown, but people are still going around doing their daily businesses.”
“For the league, hopefully, we start on the 14th of June, because training has commenced across the country.
Previously, Sweden’s elite football clubs have accused the country’s health authorities of banning them from carrying out their profession as frustration over the COVID-19 pandemic grows.
The top-flight Allsvenskan has been aiming to get underway on June 14, but the league is yet to get the green light from the nation’s Public Health Authority.