China-based Ghanaian forward, Frank Acheampong, has resorted to personal training in order to maintain a good composure for matches in the stimulating top flight.
Ahead of the Chinese Super League slated for June, he has stepped up his personal training regime, hoping to churn out a superb performance.
The Tianjin Teda attacker and his teammates have been left to keep fit with personal trainers as China eases towards a return to normal routines.
The Chinese Super League, which was set to start in February 2020, was postponed indefinitely as the country moved to impose restrictions on the country in an attempt to control the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to Acheampong, the special training forms part of his plans to put up sterling performances ahead of the new Chinese Super League Season rescheduled for June.
The 26-year-old made 30 league appearances for Teda, scoring nine goals and providing nine assists as they finished seventh on the league table last season.
His last call up to the Black Stars was in September 2018 in an AFCON 2019 qualifying match against Kenya.
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