Football is a great sport that has united millions of people across the world. It has since developed in Kenyan into a great game that gives opportunities to talented players. Kenya has it too tier league with some of the best teams.
What about pre match conditions and logistics. How do teams prepare their players before a game in the league? That must be ringing in your mind and former Harambee stars player Boniface Ambani today opened up about the pre-game meals and activities.
Through his Facebook page, Ambani reached out to football players as well as fans in a bid to educate them on the matter. He posted a picture of a player sleeping on the bench and followed it up with some wise words. He noted that players should go to bed as early as 9 pm or between 9 and 11 at night.
According to the former Yanga player, footballers should also watch what they eat on a game day. The meals should be specific and taken about 4-5 hours before kick off. Players should also find enough rest, this relates to teams traveling for long distances. We have seen some travel more than 300 kilometers of road only to play minutes after arrival.
For any team that does that, wining the game will be the most difficult thing since the players read fatigued. Ambani also mentioned some meals that need not be taken before a match in football. The legendary player deserves applause for his educative post on Facebook. Many upcoming teams will learn a lot from this.
Check out on the Facebook post to see it in full. What are your thoughts about the pre match conditions?
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