Ghanaian enforcer Daniel Kofi Agyei returned to training for the first time in three months as his Italian Lega Promo side Carrarese Calcio trained after the government eased restrictions on lockdown.
All the Italian clubs have been told through the FA that they can train but have to practice social distancing as the worst affected European country in relations to the Coronavirus pandemic seek to get back on track.
Agyei mentioned that it is great to be on the field again after 90 days and he is looking forward that things will improve more for football to be played.
“The past three months had been torrid without football but it was the best decision as they whole country sought to combat the virus.” Agyei told SportsworlGghana.com exclusively.
“I am extremely glad that we are back to training, we have gone through test and physicals. God willing things will stabilize and Italian football would be back in full force.”