April 25, 2021
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Spend time with loved ones: Serritslev

National football coach Flemming Serritslev is urging players and officials to spend quality time with loved ones during the current lockdown.

Serritslev said players sacrifice a lot during their training sessions but since football is postponed for two weeks, they should take advantage of the opportunity and utilise their time with families.

“It’s pandemic and all the competitions have been postponed which ultimately means players are given sufficient time to spend time with their family, parents and children.  It’s also understandable that players sacrifice their time during training and most of them are working, they don’t get time out with family so this is just another chance for them in disguise of the pandemic.”

“This is also a good time for the players to rest their body after the long training and competitions since the start of the season. It’s been a tough six weeks of competition with six rounds where teams are competing for a spot and winning the league.”

“My message to all district players is not to engage in activities that will lead them no-where. Don’t tend to consume alcohol and ruin the form that you maintained. Keep control on your diet and try to do some exercise at home. It will just keep you healthy and active at the same time.”

He also mentioned that this is a good time for players to rest their mind and see the areas they need to improve on when 14 days of lockdown ends.

By Romeka Romena 

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