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Sports News of Wednesday, 8 April 2020

Source: footballghana.com

Kwame Bonsu trains with foreign players at Esperance despite lockdown


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Ghanaian international Kwame Bonsu has begun training with his fellow foreign players at Tunisian side Esperance de Tunis despite being in lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The COVID-19 has forced the suspension of the football season in Tunisia just as in all other parts of the African continent.

As players of Esperance continue to stay at home in waiting for the COVID-19 storm to pass, the technical handlers have developed a plan for players to train while in isolation.

Former Kotoko defensive midfielder Kwame Bonsu has been made to join his fellow foreign players at the club to train in a small group.

The other foreign players include Ivorian Ibrahim Wattara, Nigerian Samuel Atafiti, and Junior Junior Lucosa.

Staying at the same residence, these players come together and follow a training program sent to them on a daily basis on WhatsApp from physical trainer Sabri Bouazizi.

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