By Muambo Edward
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Cameroon international forward Stephane Bahoken has explained how SCO Angers have organized themselves to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, since the French Ligue 1 was suspended.
“The club has given us individual programs in our homes and asked us not to do it with our teammates,” the Cameroon forward said.
“We have to train individually next week and in our homes. They have given us GPS for the cardio,” Bahoken said on RMC.
“Its a necessary evil. (…) We will be able to cure and avoid contamination. We are going to subscribe on Netflix to watch movies and patiently wait for the crisis to end.”
The 27-year-old Cameroon forward tries to see the positive aspects from the crisis, as it will help them to get some rest.
“Staying home for a week or two gives us the chance to recharge mentally and physically. This will take a toll on the cardio, but generally it’s positive. We stay in our homes and no one is contaminated. (…) Playing games continuously is a little demanding. Like I said earlier it’s a necessary evil.”
The former Strasbourg forward has scored four goals in 20 league games this season for Angers.
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