Kagera Sugar Football Club management insists that their players work in their individual training sessions during this time as the league is on hold due to coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
Vodacom Premier League was suspended by the government through Tanzania Football Federation and the Prime Minister’s statement after the outbreak of Coronavirus.
Speaking to Saleh Jembe blog, Kagera Sugar head coach Mecky Maxime says it is the player’s responsibility to train on his own during this time.
“It is a player’s responsibility to take care of his health against Coronavirus and also to train accordingly without skipping. Players have to work hard and maintain their forms and protect their talents as well so that when the league kickback they are all good as it was before.”
Mecky Maxime’s team is having a good season in the Vodacom Premier League unlike last season, as they only succeeded to remain in the Premier League after winning a playoff against Pamba Sports Club.