Remy Tazifor returns to training after Covid-19 lockdown

by | Jun 14, 2020 | African News, Sport News | 0 comments

Cameroonian-born Remy Tazifor returned to first-team training three months of no football due to the coronavirus pandemic in the United States of America.

“It feels good to be back to work and ready to get back it, I am excited.” said the 6 feet tall Limbe born player, on Saturday.

Michigan Stars FC has recalled their players as all National Independent Soccer Association clubs were given the green light to return to group training early on Monday.

The Stars published on their Twitter account showing several players including Remy Tazifor alongside teammates taking part in the session at the famous Total Sports Complex in Wixom, Michigan.

The National Independent Soccer Association officially kick off on 8th August at various member venues.

Tazifor was signed by Michigan Stars earlier this year ahead of their inaugural professional NISA season.

It Feels Good to be back ⚽️????

Slået op af Remy TaziforTirsdag den 9. juni 2020

 

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