Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers caught the coronavirus soon after the Premier League season was postponed after having coronavirus.
“It was just after the season broke up. I and my wife had it. I really started suffering a week back, I had no scent and no taste” he told the BBC.
He added, “I didn’t have any strength and my wife was the same. I have been tested and we both had it. I really couldn’t move.”
“It reminded me of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, the higher you climb, the more breathless.”
“10 Yards on foot felt very different. I went for a run and I simply couldn’t. I felt really weak, had no appetite, and had a strange feeling of having no taste for 3 weeks.”
He claims he’s made a complete recovery since, however.