Midfielder of Vision FC, Evans Gyau has revealed his experience in self isolation and prays the novel coronavirus vanishes from the earth.
The iconic midfield gem is feeling the brunt in self isolation as the country seeks for measures to contain and combat the highly-contagious global pandemic.
Speaking to the club website, Gyau divulged he has been watching a playback of the English Premier League and the Spanish LaLiga to keep himself company whiles praying COVID-19 which has halted virtually every life activity vanishes from the earth.
How are you coping at home in the wake of the pandemic?
Home is boring because everybody is indoors and we are afraid of this virus so it’s boring.
What has been keeping you company in this period, video games or a TV?
Since I returned home, I’ve been watching the playback of the [English] Premier League and the Spanish La Liga. That’s what is keeping me company at home because I don’t have anywhere to go and anything to do.
Any television series you’ve been catching up with since returning home?
No, it’s been football all along.
How much do you miss your teammates and how often do you get in touch with them?
I miss my teammates a lot. We always have fun at training and even outside training hours. It’s always fun to be around them especially at the clubhouse. I do get in touch with them now and then, on WhatsApp.
How well have you been trying to get yourself physically in shape at home?
I am keeping myself in good shape though not too much. There’s a private gym near my house so I always go there to keep fit but I’m very careful.
What message do you have for the fans?
To the fans of Vision FC, we all wish that this virus will vanish from the earth so we can be back stronger and prove to everyone that this is our year.
The playing body of the lower tier side are currently on an indefinite break following the suspension of all football related activities in the wake of the global pandemic.