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Chelsea youngster Armando Broja is currently home observing the self-isolation, and the 18-year-old has told the official Chelsea website just how he has been spending his time.
For Borja, it has been a time of music, movies, Netflix, video games, social media, exercising, and he’s also doing a new thing by helping his mum in the kitchen.
On his social media use, Broja said: “I’ve been using Instagram a lot, seeing everyone post the ‘Stay at Home challenge’ is cool and also I saw on Chelsea’s Instagram that the club is allowing NHS workers to stay in their hotel, which is amazing!
“I’ve also been using Twitter a bit as well it’s an easy app to use and its very good.”
Broja also revealed: “I train a lot now that I’m at home for a while because that’s the best way I can stay fit and get back sharp for when we are back. I’m also helping my mum cook, which is harder than I thought but it’s really good fun to learn.”
Broja recently made his debut for Chelsea in the 4-0 win over Everton, and the young striker seems to have a bright future ahead of him.