Stop walking dogs or jogging – Desiree Ellis


Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis has reiterated calls for the South African public in general to abide by the government regulations to stay at home until April 16.

The country is on day 5 of the national lockdown due to the COVID-19.

Ellis sent a video message pleading with those that still don’t realise the seriousness of what the country faces.

“Our country is going through a difficult time but I still see people jogging and walking their dogs,” said Ellis.

“People, this is serious, the infections has increased and people are dying. Most importantly please stay at home, we can do this, we have overcome many obstacles in the past and if we work together as a team then we are able to limit the spread of the coronavirus so I am asking you to please stay at home.”

Footballers all over the world have been sharing their tips on how to deal with the COVID-19 experience with some fitness and skills tips and entertainment while it remains uncertain when football will finally return post the pandemic.

By Ofhani Munyai

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