Ghana and LASK Linz forward Samuel Tetteh has shared that he is yearning for football to return following several weeks of inactivity due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost everything in the world and has not left out football.
As a precautionary measure to curb its spread, the various leagues around the world including the Austrian top-flight where Samuel Tetteh plays has been suspended.
Speaking to Joy FM, the former WAFA star man says he can’t wait to get back onto the pitch when the COVID-19 storm passes.
“I can’t wait to get back to playing football again. There’s a training program given by the team to every player to train at home so when I wake up, it is just for me to train at home; just to train alone or maybe to talk to my family and friends”, Samuel Tetteh said in an interview with Joy FM as he opened up on life in Austria at the moment.
He added, “Sometimes we train via video call with the team and sometimes we train alone.
“I either train outside or inside and probably eat and talk to my friends or play some games; this is what I have been doing.”
Tetteh had a very good season with LASK Linz until the campaign was put on hold. He is optimistic about continuing in the same form when the season resumes.