Coleman frustrated by lack of Football action

Coleman frustrated by lack of Football action

Namibia's international football star Zenatha Coleman, who has been based in Spain for some time, is frustrated by the lack of action due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
The Spanish league she is playing in has been put on hold, with the hope of preventing the spread of COVID- 19.
As part of protecting players from the fast spreading virus, Spain has decided to cancel all football games - regardless of the league type.
NBC spoke to Zenatha Coleman, who plays for a club in Valencia, to find out how the outbreak of the Corona virus has affected her and other female players.
“Corona Virus outbreak have negatively affected me and other professionals in a sense that we unable to do our jobs. It's frustrating you know. Football it's a source of lively hood for some us. On a personal note I am not able to do what I love to do most, we are not going out to keep self-fit, we are just indoors” Coleman said.
Spain has called off all football and other sport activities for two weeks to observe the situation.