Stay at Home like Footballers

It seems like the world runs slower during the coronavirus pandemic because people have to stay at home. Footballers are not free from the danger brought by COVID-19 and this might be the biggest reason why they also have to stay at home. They might have a dramatic change in their daily life but it does not mean that they can lose the fun when staying at home. Their stay-at-home activities can be considered as a trend or style which can bring fun for football lovers and even other footballers in the comfort of their homes. People might not be able to see them on the field, but they can still witness their activities at home.

Bald Hair Style

Being in the spotlight makes many footballers have to pay attention to their appearance, especially their hairstyle. There is no space for having a bad hairstyle when they are active during the league season. However, when they stay at home to avoid the wider spread of COVID-19, it also becomes the right time to experiment with the hairstyle. Some footballers are not afraid to get a bald hairstyle that is simple yet dramatic. Anthony Martial, Mark Lawrenson, and Ander Herrera do not mind shaving their head bald.

Good Deeds

Being a professional footballer means that they can get a lot of money. People are thankful to the footballers who did good deeds for helping the community for fighting against the coronavirus pandemic. People usually heard of a large number of donations made by the footballers. Jose Mourinho must be included in the list of footballers that have good deeds. However, he did more than just donating money because he also delivered the essential goods that can help seniors in Enfield to cope with the difficult situation during the crisis.

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Stay at Home Challenge

Various ways are used for encouraging people to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic to help prevent the spread of the disease. Because it is the era of social media, it seems that people can also find the method to support social distancing through a stay at home challenge. Footballers also took part in this challenge to have fun and keep their skills sharp. Juggling a ball must be quite a usual thing to do for the footballers. The challenge is getting more fun because they have to juggle tissue rolls. Is there any footballer who can join the challenge? Well, Marcus Rashford did.

Quality Time with the Pet

The football athletes are usually under the spotlight when playing the game on the field. However, the shutdown period is the time for the athletes’ pets to steal the spotlight. Many footballers use their stay-at-home time to have quality time with their favorite member of the family, their pet animals. It seems that work from home can be very challenging for Maria Thorisdottir with the dog around. More romantic time with the pet dogs was chosen by Alexis Sanchez. He had dinner for three along with his hairy companions, Humber and Atom.

Those footballers can still spread positive energy even though they have to have a break from the competition after all.

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