Medeama head coach Samuel Boadu showed he is not all about tactics and formations on the pitch by involving in some domestic chores as a family man-pounding fufu-this lockdown period.
But for the suspension of the Ghana Premier League, the promising trainer would have retired from the touchline after leading his side in a match.
The current situation caused by the coronavirus outbreak has forced the Ghana U15 head coach to assist in the preparation of a local delicacy for the family.
A video shared on social media platforms saw the astute trainer-with a facemask, a pestle to pound the mix in a mortar with a lady, thought be his sister, driving.
Fufu is one of the most consumed meals in Ghana- preferably for supper- which is prepared from the pounding of cassava and plantain/cocoyam and served with soup.
Boadu led Medeama to the summit of the Ghana Premier League table after 15 rounds of matches before it was put on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic.