By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Players of Swiss topflight side FC Sion, have returned to training as a team for the first time in over two months.
The players guided by coach Ricardo Dionisio trained at the club’s base SA Complex Porte d’Octodure in anticipation of the resumption of the topflight championship on June 20.
Interestingly, veteran Cameroonian midfielder Alexandre Song Bilong who was one of six players laid-off by the Club in March was not in training while Christian Zock who was also listed amongst players to leave was present. Zock’s current deal at the club runs-out on June 30.
New signing Serey Die who rejoined the club few weeks ago was in the training session with the rest of the team.
It is unclear whether Song’s absence is in connection with his being sacked and his follow-up reaction or otherwise.
The former Arsenal midfielder has been more vocal about the club’s decision, promising a legal battle with the club, through the help of his representatives.
Players whose contract at the club runs out at the end of June present and the club has promised to hold talks with these players in the days ahead.
“We have to discuss with players at the end of their contracts. It will be done in the days to come. We must settle these questions as soon as possible,” President Christian Constantin stated.
Just like the case of other clubs whose activities have resumed, FC Sion players and staff were subjected to Coronavirus tests on at least two occasions before the resumption of training.
Gael Ondoua of FC Servette and and Yong Boys Berne duo of Nicolas Ngamaleu and Jean Pierre Nsame are all back at work with their clubs.
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