Calvin Ughelumba bothered by 'repetitive' routine due to coronavirus blockade
LEICESTER: Leicester City development squad Calvin Ughelumba He has expressed frustration that life becomes so monotonous due to coronavirus-induced blockage.
Obviously it's a little difficult, you know. It is just different because I have never experienced this. In my life, I have never experienced anything like this, so it is the first, Ughelumba said on the club's official website.
I have managed well, doing my daily exercise, but the social aspect is a little difficult because it becomes repetitive. You miss seeing your friends, just catching up with someone face to face. My life basically revolves around being on the grass, so it's a little different to be in such a small space and just do the same thing every day, he added.
Players have been following programs provided by the club's sports science staff to maintain fitness at home.
the football season took a massive hit by the coronavirus pandemic as all the leagues have been brought to an indefinite halt. Moreover, Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP) on Thursday put an end to the 2019-2020 football season, with Paris Saint-Germain ( PSG ) being declared champion of Ligue 1.
Ughelumba said he is hoping the things will get back to normal as he said: "Obviously, in football you do the same thing, but there's different drills and there's just that excitement of playing football ."
When you're at home, all you can do is go running and go home and repeat it, repeat it, and it gets a little boring. Now, I just hope we get back to normal, he added.