“It’s very strange,” Walkes said in a video posted by the team. “Fairly separate from everyone. But it’s a great blessing to come in where we have an opportunity to get the work done under supervision, which is the best thing about it.”
The first session held by Atlanta United occurred on Wednesday, which was the first day allowed by MLS. Among the players who participated in that session were Barco, Bello, Castro, Edgar Castillo, George Campbell, Jeff Larentowicz, Pity Martinez, Remedi, Matheus Rossetto and Laurence Wyke. Atlanta United President Darren Eales on Thursday said that the 20 players who were near and are healthy participated on Wednesday.