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Sport Carrick Rangers defender Chrissy Rodgers relishing return to action after 'frustrating' period of isolation

04:40  01 december  2020
04:40  01 december  2020 Source:   belfastlive.co.uk

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Carrick Rangers defender Chrissy Rodgers has revealed how Christmas decorations and an exercise bike helped him cope with two weeks of enforced quarantine.

Rodgers was one of 14 Carrick players advised to isolate by the Public Health Authority after coming into close proximity to individuals who tested positive for Covid-19.

It meant the East Antrim club’s recent Irish League games with Glenavon and Coleraine were postponed in line with the NI Football League’s Covid Case policy.

Niall Currie’s men, whose last outing was an impressive 4-1 win over Portadown on November 10, return to league action at Ballymena United on Tuesday night (7.45pm).

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Rodgers, whose period of isolation with his team mates ended last Wednesday, said: “After such a great result against Portadown, it was hugely frustrating to be put into isolation.

“We were really keen to play our next run of games, but the Covid-19 protocols are in place for a reason and they have to be followed. It’s the way it is.

“It was always going to happen at some point that fixtures would be hit here because of the pandemic and it was just unfortunate that we were affected. We’re all just looking forward to playing again.”

Rodgers, a personal trainer in Ballymena, admits it was “frustrating” being confined to home as a precaution following the recent Covid-19 scare.

“The isolation, like the lockdown, had its good and bad, but I tried to make the best of it and use the time to recharge," he said.

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“I enjoyed spending time at home with my partner Arleen, I played a bit of PlayStation and the Christmas decorations went up to bring a bit of cheer!

“I wasn’t able to go to work as a personal trainer and while being my own boss is a bonus, isolation impacts upon your income because you’re self employed.

“I exercise a lot and the biggest frustration for me was not being able to follow my usual routine, but fortunately we have a bike in the house which I was able to use regularly.”

Portadown, who also spent 14 days in isolation, suffered a post quarantine hangover with a 5-0 defeat at Cliftonville on Saturday.

And Rodgers, who began his career at Ballymena before leaving his hometown club in 2013, is eager a similar fate doesn’t befall Currie’s men at the Warden Street Showgrounds.

“We were back training together last Wednesday and Thursday night and we also enjoyed a good, hard session on Saturday which hopefully holds us in good stead,” he said.

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“Ballymena also kindly agreed to reschedule the match from Saturday to Tuesday night which probably suited both clubs with them having played last Tuesday.”

United head into the game on the back of two straight wins, including a commanding 4-0 victory over Cliftonville at Solitude seven days ago.

“Ballymena have good players who have the ability to cause you a lot of problems and they’ll have renewed confidence after their most recent results,” said Rodgers.

“But it’s all about us for me, if we play to our levels we are a match for most. We won both games at the Showgrounds last season so we know we can get a result there.

“Unfortunately there won’t be any fans but with it being against Ballymena, I’Il look forward to it, enjoy the occasion and hopefully come out on the right end of the result.”

While Carrick lie second bottom of the Premiership, they have games in hand on the clubs above them and a win at Ballymena would propel them up to ninth in the table.

Rodgers is also keen to build on that recent Portadown win, their first league success of the season following defeats to Linfield, Larne and Cliftonville, and a 0-0 draw with Dungannon.

“There’s no getting away from the fact we faced a tough start to the league campaign and Linfield and Larne are the top two teams so far,” he said.

“But in both games and against Cliftonville we played very well in spells. It comes down to small margins and moments where you can get punished by quality teams.

“We deserved something from the Larne game and should have beaten Dungannon, so it was nice when everything came together against Portadown.

“It’s all about belief with us. We have to continue to be brave and carry that Portadown performance into Tuesday night and the games ahead.”

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