Ghanaian enforcer Richard Boateng is glad to return to training with Spanish second-tier club AD Alcorcon after the going down of the Coronavirus disease.
The former Ghana national under 20 midfielder has not train for sometime now due to the deadly Coronavirus Pandemic which caused all football activities to be suspended in Spain but he has gotten back to the pitch with his club and he is pleased with it.
“Now, training is something different. We are adapting to the new measures because of the virus.”Boateng told his club’s website.
“We have had the opportunity to see each other again and be able to train together. We look very good and we are happy.”
“Normal life is not what we had at home, we had to live a different life which was unusual. I have learnt a lot about how to appreciate life and take care of each one. The important thing is to have a family and take care of everyone,” he added.
Boateng, who is the junior brother of retired Black Stars midfielder Derek Boateng has been Alcorcon best player this season making 27 La Liga 2 appearances, scoring five goals and providing four assists from the heart of midfield.
He previously played for Liberty Professionals, Granada, Real Oviedo, Extremadura, Cadiz and a host of other Spanish teams.