20 Feb

Al Tahaddy Physical Instructor feels 'worry' about the weather condition in Ghana

Al Tahaddy Physical trainer Dr. Abdul Aziz has expressed with bitterness that he "felt worry" for the hottest weather condition in Ghana.
 
The Libyan side are hoping to prevent Aduana Stars from overturning a 1-0 deficit on Wednesday at Dormaa in the preliminary round of the 2018 Caf Champions League.
 
The tropical climate of Ghana is relatively dry and hot from December to March at the north-east part of the country - Average daily temperatures range from 30°C (86°F ) during the day to 24°C (75°F ) at night.
 
Apparently Al Tahaddy players were finding it very difficult to deal with the weather condition when they trained at the Opoku Ware Senior High School park yesterday.
 
Abdul Aziz opined they will deal with the tropical condition but admitted it will be very difficult.
 
"We're in the winter period in Libya but it's very hot in Ghana. The weather is different."
 
"We're trying to adopt the weather condition that is why we trained today (Monday) at 14:00 GMT." he said at the Owass park after their training session.
 
The Benghazi based club arrived in Ghana on Friday, moved to Kumasi the next day and will travel to the match venue (Dormaa, Brong Ahafo) a day before the game.
 
By: Augustus Opoku
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