Three clubs kicked off training session in the Philippines Football League on Wednesday with strict health measures observed at the PFF National Training Centre in Carmona, Cavite.
Stallion-Laguna was the first club to hit the field with Kaya-Iloilo following suit while United City was due to practice for the first time since the former Ceres-Negros was transferred to a new ownership.
Mendiola FC 1991 and the Azkals Development Team were allotted schedules for Thursday but are currently finalizing some logistical concerns.
New member Maharlika FC, on the other hand, won’t be able to train until RT/PCR tests which members of the team took part in Wednesday at the Philippine Football Federation office come back negative.
PFF and PFL officials are hoping everything goes smoothly in their bid to the start the season next month.
PFF president Nonong Araneta is aiming for the PFL to begin the season in 30 days.
Under the Joint Administrative Order of the Games and Amusements Board, Philippine Sports Commission and Department of Health, PFL clubs are required to split practices into sessions of 10 people each.