Nottingham Forest youngster Brennan Johnson has taken to Twitter to attempt the ‘Stay At Home Challenge’, with footballers up and down the country currently looking for ways to entertain themselves following the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Football League is currently suspended until the end of April due to the spread of the virus which has engulfed the UK, leaving many players home bound and having to train individually in order to keep themselves fit ahead of eventually returning to action.
Forest have been at the centre of what effects the virus can have, with the club’s owner Evangelos Marinakis having contracted Covid-19 earlier this month.
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Meanwhile, the craze of ball juggling with a toilet roll has since caught on and the Nottingham Forest Twitter account was therefore quick to post a video of Johnson’s effort earlier today:
Brennan Johnson taking on the #StayAtHomeChallenge ⚽️
— Nottingham Forest FC (@NFFC) March 23, 2020
The teenager only made his breakthrough to the first team set up this term after progressing through the club’s youth academy and will surely be relishing a return to action as he looks to get more minutes under the stewardship of Sabri Lamouchi.
Still only aged 18, Forest will be hoping that the young forward will have a long and successful career at the City Ground as he joins a long line of players who have graduated from the club’s academy system.