Gould: You have to make the best of the situation


Veteran defender Morgan Gould has been training hard at home during the lockdown and says footballers have to do what they can to keep fit and healthy.

“We have our programmes that we work on at home, which have been given to us by the club. We take videos of the work we do and get rated on those, so it is quite intense,” said Gould.

“It is obviously not the same as being at training, but you have to make the best of the situation and do what you can,” added the Stellenbosch FC centre-back.

The 37-year-old has played only 11 games for the Absa Premiership rookies and his contract with ‘Stellies’ ends on June 30. Picture courtesy of Stellenbosch.

“I am also at home with my kids, so I am helping them with their schoolwork and that kind of thing,” he said.

The former Bafana Bafana international and Kaizer Chiefs defender urges South Africans including football fans to do their bit to halt the spread of the coronavirus pandemic and protect essential workers.

“Covid-19 is real, the more we put our essential workers at risk, the more we put their loved ones at risk. If we really want to look after our essential workers, let’s do the right thing and stay at home. Let’s flatten the curve,” concluded the ex-SuperSport United and Jomo Cosmos defender.

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By FARPost Reporter 

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