Leicester City coach Brendan Rodgers said he had coronavirus and beat the disease, bbc.com reports.
“I could barely walk and it reminded me of the time I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. The higher you got, the more acclimatization you had and the harder it was for you to breathe. ”, explained Rodgers, who climbed Kilimanjaro in 2011 for charity.
“We had a week off when we had to play Watford (March 14) and the following week we started to have problems. I had no smell or taste for three weeks. I didn’t have the strength, and a week later my wife was the same. We were both tested and the virus was discovered in both of us. I remember trying to run for the first time after I got sick and it was hard for me to run 10 yards. I didn’t feel like anything and I had the strange feeling of eating without tasting and smelling what I was eating. Everything made me really appreciate what it’s like to be fit and healthy. “, said the technician.
Brendan Rodgers has been the coach of the Leicester City team since February 2019 and has a contract until 2025.