Fulham player, Denis Odoi has revealed what he has been doing in isolation with lockdown order in England over the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speaking with Fulham TV, the Belgian said things are okay as all have to cope with an awkward situation, adding that the big part for him is dealing with his boy.
While noting that his routing with the kids is more or less every day, the full-back said that activities changed a bit, and he had to find more things to do for his son who can’t play alone.
“He always wants to play with somebody. So, he wants to play football, and I have to play with him. Thus, the activities changed, but for us, it is now like the same; wake up, breakfast, do something with him (his son), then take a nap in the afternoon. ”
He added that other activities they involved in are family time include dinner, amongst other things.
He further revealed that his daughter is the relaxed type who easily comes along and chills.
He also revealed that he has a little garden to use to play with his son, but they were indoors a few days ago due to the weather and were napping.
The defender has been exercising, making the house be filled with weights.
“So, it looks like playground/gym, muscle beach without the muscles,” said smiling Odoi.
While noting that it is expected that players should be training, Odoi said they have to be ready when normalcy returns. To ensure that their players stay fit, Fulham brought training bikes for their players a day before the total lockdown, which Odoi has been making use of.
“So, I disinfected it. Now I put a lot of sweat on it. honestly, I hate the machine.”
He noted that the bike is mostly used during the pre-seasons or while a player is injured and is on the road to recovery.
While adding that he prefers running to the machine, he also revealed that he has been watching some movies on Netflix to while away time when the kids are asleep.
Odoi, who is also a fan of making coffee, added that he is not improving on his skills but just drinking what he had like that.
Written by: Oladipupo Mojeed