Following the recent Corona Virus breakdown that brought an end to all normal programming, Nairobi City Stars technical department has crafted a ‘work from home’ schedule for all players during the lock down period.
The program will run through the last week of March to the end of April 2020 assuming there will be no changes to the current state of affairs with the pandemic.
“Considering no public grounds and facilities are open as a result of a directive from the Ministry of Health, there is no choice but to have players train from home just to stay fit,” said club CEO Patrick Korir
In relaying the program to the players, head Coach Sanjin Alagic has reminded players to observe social distancing as muted by the Ministry of Health as one of the ways to avoid the spread of the virus.
“All training work to be done from home or in an open area away from other people. Do not train in public areas including Gyms.” he called out.
The second tier Betika National Super League (NSL) took an indefinite break due to the Corona Virus after round 28 of matches on the weekend ending Sunday 15 March 2020.
After that set of games City Stars led the 19-team pack with 64-points, with a ten-point cushion.