PUMA News Archive
Les Lions Indomptable
Today the always-confident Alex Song greeted us with warm air-hugs for the morning training.
Then the coaches and their teams took over. Training is serious and it was quite moving to see the relationship between the coaches, physical therapist, support staff and players. It was very evident that everyone is in it with everything they have. On the sidelines, the medics stood in a line, closely studying every movement, every play - paying attention to the actions and reactions, observing each move and drill. Tecky Daniel, Cameroon's physical therapist tells us how their main task isn't taking care of injuries, it's preventing them and ensuring the players are in perfect physical condition.
Oui! PUMAFootball have arrived in Paris. With this as a first huge French greeting, we're beyond psyched as we await the mighty Black Stars of Ghana to arrive for their last training camp before they head off to South Africa.
After 24 hours of traveling PUMAFootball couldn't be happier to arrive in Linz. Then in Lienz (Lienz From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Not to be confused with Linz). Good part is that it was an absolutely beautiful drive to take.