Vipers SC Strength & Conditioning coach Ram Nyakana Mpuga is confident of the players’ fitness despite a lockdown.
Vipers have opted to do whatever they can afford in order to keep the fitness. In addition, of their players in this period.
It should be noted that all football-related activities were suspended in the country as one way of curbing down Coronavirus pandemic.
But despite the suspension, Vipers SC players are undertaking individual drills at their respective homes monitored by Ram Nyakana.
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“I’m optimistic that the players are responding positively to the programs.” Ram Nyakana was quoted saying by Vipers SC official website.
“Of course it’s a difficult period for many without the regular vigorous sessions. In addition, as we all know how those players need to be pushed under guidance.”
“The boys are focused and know what is at stake,” he added.
Vipers SC aims at keeping players physically fit so that they can easily catch up easily whenever the season’s anticipated recommencement happens.
“Although some fitness and sharpness will be lost during this recess. However, our target is for them to be at 85 percent on return,” Ram Nyakana further noted.
Vipers SC are still on the top of the log with 54 points, four ahead of second-placed KCCA FC who are on 50 points with five games to go.
However, the Kitende-based club may be crowned champions if the coronavirus situation worsens in the country since 75 percent of the games are already played.
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