FC Nordsjaelland deputy coach Frank Hjortebjerg has provided a detailed training program for Ghana midfielder Kudus Mohammed and his teammates after resuming full session on Monday.
The Wild Tigers resumed training on Monday after the Danish government lifted its lockdown necessitated by the coronavirus crisis.
The training was in full compliance with the guidelines of the authorities and the Divisional Association as it was done in groups without any close contact in the exercises.
“For example, if you start from an offensive player like Kudus [Mohammed]. He has been training to get down the field where a midfielder or defender hits him with a pass in the space where we would like to find him. Then there may be a lay-off or some combination with another player before practicing his run in the field in the field. And then of course, some finishing training comes from there. Many different types of kicks.”
“So there are a lot of play patterns and templates where the players are in positions where there is naturally distance between each other. Then we avoid duels and contact. And it is a type of training that we can easily take with us when one day we are allowed to play in a more real battle picture. We also did not put all attackers in one group or all backs in one group. It is very mixed so there are different types in each group,” Hjortebjerg told the club’s website.