Rest Mutore, Sports Reporter
FC Platinum defender Nomore Chinyerere says he has adapted to the lockdown demands though it was difficult in the first days.
Chinyerere told H-Metro that football has become part of his life that he was stressed to learn that they will have to do without for some time.
And speaking to H-Metro yesterday, the former Hwange player said he has adjusted and is now enjoying every moment.
“I think I have adjusted and it now looks like normal life to me. I am now enjoying every moment of the lockdown.
“You as a footballer you start thinking a lot, this has become a lifestyle to most of us but at the end of the day you have to accept,” said Chinyerere.
The player, who was waiting for his Premier Soccer League debut at his new home, said he remains patient for what he referred to as special moment.
He has, however, featured in the team’s 2-0 win over Highlanders in the Castle Challenge Cup last month.
He said he just adhering to the training programmes that were rolled out by their technical stuff to keep fit.
“Obviously I am waiting for that moment, to play for my new team on the PSL but I have to be patient and wait for the right moment.
“As of now I am working at home, sticking the programmes that we were given by our coaches and its really working. The idea is to remain fit because you don’t know when the league starts so you have to remain shape and be ready for the showdown.
“That is very important to me and I think to a number of players as well,” said Chinyerere.
He reiterated his message to the citizens on obeying lockdown and social distancing regulations to help fight coronavirus.
Zimbabwe us under the 21-day lockdown – clocking day 10 today with a review expected after it ends.