Samaria Ladies coach Kwame Aboagye has developed individual training schedules for players as football season is on hold.
As a result of the outbreak of Covid-19, President Akuffo Addo banned all social gatherings including football activities.
It is against this backdrop that Aboagye has planned a schedule for the team as the football season experiences a dry spell.
“In this era when we are experiencing this pandemic, it is very important to develop a scheme to help the girls maintain their fitness and be active,” Aboagye said.
The players have since been grouped into two groups of eight with the third group consisting of 10 players.
The girls go through individual training such as personal training, jogging, coordination and stomach exercises daily.
Meanwhile, the gaffer is impressed with the attitude of the players towards the new pattern.
“The girls are all doing well and adhering to the instructions from the technical team,” he added.
The Ghana Women’s Premier League side were 6th on the league log in the Southern Zone having won 1, drew 3 and lost 3 games after completing 7 matches in the first round of the league 2019/2020 season.
By Akosua Adjei