Spain-based striker Princella Adubea has urged fellow footballers to improvise and remain fit amid the coronavirus outbreak.
All football activities have been suspended due to avoid the spread of the deadly disease.
In an exclusive online interview with NBSPORTS, the Sporting Club de Huelva player stated that although teams are on break due to the outbreak, fellow footballers must train in their homes and do other forms of active exercises to keep themselves fit during this period of lockdown.
Adubea, former Ghana U20 striker, added that each one should try his or her best to put necessary measures in place and adhere to governments rules to help fight the spread.
The former Ampem Darkoa Ladies striker was crowned ‘goal king’ Ghana National Women’s League for two consecutive seasons.
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