Defender Mikey Devlin revealed Aberdeen have been utilising technology to stay mentally and physically fit during the coronavirus lockdown. During the lockdown players are following a home fitness programme devised by Pittodrie’s head of sport science and fitness, Graham Kirk. Scotland international Devlin insists mental health is equally important in challenging times during isolation. Many footballers live alone and PFA Scotland reiterated support advice after an upturn in the number of players getting in touch about mental health issues. Devlin, vice-president of PFA Scotland, said: “The PFA have been quite pro-active in what has been going on and the mental health side is something we are not neglecting.
Source: Express March 31, 2020 10:41 UTC