Football has not been spared by the deadly Coronavirus pandemic, which has threatened to bring the world to a halt.
Major leagues and competitions have been postponed as a result, with teams forced to improvise ways of working with their players to ensure they remain fit.
Most players are working on personal programs as directed by club officials, including medical teams for players recovering from various injuries.
Tottenham have opted to have manager Jose Mourinho conduct some sessions on a video call with his players, which is turning out just, right.
In videos shared on Twitter, the Portuguese is heard shouting directions to the players on what they should be doing.
"Five minutes touching the ball. If you have a wall or if you have a person in your house. If you have a garden, go to the garden.” he is heard shouting.
Mourinho sounding like he's giving a rousing speech at the end of a disaster movie here pic.twitter.com/8mvsQNnEBh— Adam Hurrey (@FootballCliches) March 31, 2020
Talk of difficult moments calling for improvised solutions.
The Premier League is expected to return on April 30th, subject to the situation then.