Dinanamarca has begun its de-escalation phase in the fight against the coronavirus. His government has started a “prudent and controlled” path to recover normalcy. The first big step has been taken this week with the reopening of schools between strict distance and hygiene measures, but Denmark is making progress. The country has registered just over 7,000 infected and has only reached 336 deaths. Protected by these data, the government opts for the gradual reopening and with precautions. After the schools, some small shops that were closed will follow on Monday. And the football? “The plan is for him to return in mid-May, we have three possible dates, we are already training in small groups and we believe that next week we will be able to work with the entire team”, relates to AS Sory Kaka (28-7-1995, Konakry, Guinea), a former Elche forward who is now a member of the triumphant Midtjylland, the leader of the competition who was walking at a record pace towards the title. Kaba is very concerned about the situation in Spain, “it is like my house, my partner is there and I know he is being tough”, he affirms and contrasts our day to day life with that of Denmark. “Here you feel safe, first because you acted very quickly and, later, because before the virus arrived, there was already a very strong health awareness throughout the country, it is cultural,” he says. The striker points to the “speed of the measures and the awareness of the population” as keys to living this phase of lack of confidence now.The population is used to prevention on a daily basis. “In public spaces, such as supermarkets, it was already used to wash hands with disinfectant gel before this pandemic, you can see it every time you enter with dispensers,” explains the player. In addition, the distance measurements were secondarily supported. Strictly. What’s more, even before they became official on March 13. Three days before, the borders had already been closed (the location of the Nordic country helps a lot, with only borders with Germany and Sweden) and the population had already started to telework, something quite implemented in a country with about 5.6 million inhabitants. “People have distancing measures very internalized, without having to close everything or prohibit going outside, much less fines,” Kaba explains, stressing that people with masks are hardly seen on the street. “In Spain, I know that confinement costs more to take on,” admits the Guinean soccer player, who has also lived in France as well, “here they are very homey”. And Danish football returns because the measures have managed to reduce the contagion curve. Other important sports such as handball have decided to shut down. At the beginning of March, Brondby and Lyngby players had to undergo a quarantine for having been in contact with a person carrying the Covid-19, one more day was played and football stopped. “But at no time has he planned the possibility of ending the competition, as is happening in Belgium or the Netherlands, this has never been talked about here,” says the former Elche forward. What’s more, the dates to return are already set. It will be in mid-May. There are three options. The first would be to complete Matchday 25 on May 17. If it were too much, they have been proposed on May 24 or 31. “But we believe that it will be in the middle because the intention is to go next week to work in a group, theirs would be to have two weeks in a group to get in tune and thus avoid injuries, but they will do what they can to play,” he warns. Kaba, who after learning about Spanish and French football praises the Danish for his organization and professionalism.“We have been training for two weeks in small groups of six; we change at home and thus limit contact in the facilities, the training ends, they give us a prepared meal to take home and we return, in total we are not more than eight together, ”he explains, explaining that he has not had to pass any tests. Kaba also acknowledges flexibility and that preparation in training centers has not been prohibited. “I have come almost often, because I am also coming out of an injury and I can work with the recuperator, although there was also the option of doing it at home, if the player for any reason has doubts, they give you the possibility of not moving, you You decide ”, he explains, highlighting, also, the arduous telematic tactical work that they are carrying out to be prepared“ to play tomorrow if necessary ”. Clip applications, viewing material plus tactical chats, are a constant.Sory Kaba arrived in Denmark from the French Dijon. He had bought it from Elche paying his withdrawal clause of about four million and now he hopes that the coronavirus will not deprive him of winning his first league at this level in the field. and, later, to be able to get access to the Champions via the preliminary phase. “I have fond memories of Elche, and afterwards the experience in France, which although it was not as good as I would have liked, allowed me to be close to my family and to learn something new, Midtjylland already loved me when I was in Elche, so it was not difficult to come and things are going, “he says. In addition, the break has been good for him to recover from an injury. Sory, who began to play football seriously in the ranks of Alcobendas, had previously had to convince his father, who chose to go for studies. “In the end it turned out well, I preferred to get up at 5 in the morning if it was to dedicate myself to football …”, he confesses, “and if we win the league and I can get to play the Champions it will be a dream come true”.