AshGold’s David Abagna says mental impact of coronavirus ‘hasn’t been easy’

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AshGold midfielder, David Abagna Sandan admits he has struggled with the psychological impact of the coronavirus in Ghana and says players will need time to “recover mentally” from long stay at home.

While it is clare most leagues across Europe will resume under strict conditions, the fate of Ghana’s Premier League remain unknown as players stay at home with individual programmes with no date set for their return.

David admits he has missed working alongside with his team-mates and is looking forward to a return to full training as he confessed he was gradually getting to his best form before the Pandemic brought a halt to the game.

“It hasn’t been easy as we have been staying in our homes for who knows how many days now,” David told Sey Mubarick on Gbangu FM HOT Sports Show.

The former Wa All Stars star is keen to see the season completed in full, as he has ambitions of making a big impact in the domestic league. He however said players will need enough time to train after a long period without competitive action.

By: Sey Mubarick

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