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Ligue 1 clubs adapt training schedules amid COVID-19 disruption

Here is how your Ligue 1 club has responded to the suspension of Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 action until further notice.

Toulouse – no training for 1 week until Saturday 21st March. Until then, players will undergo individual training regimes as prescribed by the club.

Montpellier – holiday for 1 week, individual training regimes for players.

Angers – training suspended until 23rd March, players will undergo individualised training regimes.

Amiens – training as normal, although less emphasis on drills that involve contact

Dijon – given until Wednesday off

Metz – training suspended, no return date set

OGC Nice – three training sessions next week

Rennes – all training suspended until 23rd March

Nîmes – training as normal

St Étienne – all training suspended until 23rd March, individual stay-at-home training regimes developed for 1st team players

PSG – training suspended, no return date set

Strasbourg – all training suspended until 23rd March

Lille – all training suspended until earliest Tuesday, with a further decision to come following the UEFA emergency meeting scheduled for that day

Lyon – training to begin again on Tuesday

Bordeaux – all training suspended until further notice

Brest – training as normal from Monday

Marseille – training as normal from Tuesday

Monaco – training as normal from Wednesday

Nantes – training as normal from Tuesday

Reims – training suspended until earliest Wednesday

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