By Kick442.com Team
Dynamo Moscow forward, Njie Clinton, has started training at home barely four days after he contracted the coronavirus. The 26-year-old former Olympique Lyonnnais striker in a message transmitted to kick442.com through his Cameroon based media relations assistant, Crtv’s Rene Katche, thanked Cameroonians and his fans in particular for their support through prayers and says he is now feeling great. “Thanks very much for your prayers..feeling great started home training today”, Njie said.
Njie Clinton has been self-quarantining since last Sunday when he was detected with the virus. The Small Soppo native has shown mental toughness since then, reassuring Cameroonians not be scared, and that he’ll be fine. He told his media relations assistant that ” team (Dynamo Moscow) doctors have been monitoring the development of my situation meticulously and have granted me a green light to resume individual training at home”. The product of Brasseries du Cameroun added that he is very anxious to resume group training with the rest of his Dynamo team mates.
A total of five Dynamo Moscow players who contracted the Coronavirus are in self confinement. The team’s first post coronavirus game against Krasnodar was postponed to July 19. The match was initially scheduled for last weekend.
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