Soccer News of Friday, 14 August 2020
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Ghana U23 skipper Yaw Yeboah has opened up on the psychological effects of the COVID-19 through his remain in Spain.
Yeboah played on financial loan at Spanish lower-tier club Celta Vigo B from CD Numancia.
The former Ghana U20 star suggests staying alive right after getting on a lockdown for over 3 months was paramount subsequent a self restoration.
“Remaining alive was all that mattered. Not like individuals who see colours, coronavirus does not,” Yeboah revealed to the BBC.
“It has place all talks of racism and other societal issues on the back burner for the reason that everyone just would like to be alive.
“I survived the lockdown by being nearer to my Christian religion, guidance these I could with no matter what I had. It is all we can do mainly because we are not likely to just take just about anything with us when we go away listed here.”
Yeboah admitted he had panic phone calls from his spouse and children and relatives in Ghana as the coronavirus was spreading so speedy and a increase in the loss of life toll in the European state.
He also discovered that he made phone calls back again residence to examine on his household and assured they are protected as he was coping with the circumstance in Spain.
“When I wake up and hear the amount of deaths daily… it is scary and crazy,” Yeboah included:
“My spouse and children in Ghana were being nervous and scared for me simply because they hear about the growing figure in casualties exactly where I am, so it is really standard for them to be involved about my protection.
“The planet has by no means professional this Covid in advance of. It truly is a huge lesson and a reminder of some of the issues that we take for granted.”
Yeboah signed for Polish giants Wisla Krakow number of times ago.
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