Tema Community 4 Basketball Club Assistant Head Coach Nana Akowuah Asare is encouraging his players to prioritize personal training as a means to stay in shape as the league continues its wait for the start of the 2020 season.

A ban on contact sports in Ghana to prevent the spread of COVID 19 has prevented authorities from fixing a specific date for the commencement of the league’s fifth season.


The 2019 season ended earlier this year with Nungua Coldstore clinching its second title in a row; Community 4 missed out on a place in the finals after losing to Spintex Knights in the playoffs second round.

In a chat with Basketballghana.com, Asare said, “Since we can’t train as a team we have been encouraging players to take personal training serious and keep the game of basketball alive in their DNA”.

Foster is one of three arrivals at the club

Community 4 has made a trio of signings including Power Forward Mubarak Alhassan in preparation for the upcoming season in response to losing two players from last season’s roster.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah

@YawMintYM on Twitter


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