Reds coach is pleased with the resumption of training and believes England must follow Germany’s example.
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“Nobody wants to put anyone in danger, but I think with all the things we know and respect the rule of social distance – especially in the first part – with tests as often as possible and such, players will be safe. Germany has already shown that – some players tested positive for a long time, they trained for five weeks and now they are already playing, such things and they got a total of 10 or 12 positive tests. I hope we are now also in England on the bright side “, said the German coach.
“It’s about when to start again – but you have to open different parts of life step by step. And everyone agrees, the question is just when. Now is the time to do it in the Premier League. Of course other things to follow. The perfect football package is a full and narrow Anfield stadium, two very good teams, a good fight, fantastic goals and ultimately a victory in Liverpool. So many of these things are possible but Anfield will not to be locked in for a while. So that’s what we have to accept, that’s the only thing. It looks like it will be possible – and it’s already possible in Germany – to play behind closed doors. “added the Liverpool technician.
“I was looking forward to going back to Melwood”
Jürgen Klopp realizes that the recovery will be exciting for everyone: “Imagine, the first day will be like,” We’ll take a look here and there, see how it will work, how it feels. But in Germany, so many teams play for almost everything – they want to stay in the first division – and it’s exactly the same thing that will happen in England. When you start, it really starts again. The competition creates intensity. “
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“Will I be back from training? I was on the moon, I would say. I couldn’t wait for that moment anymore, so I’m really glad we can do it again – go back to Melwood, train in a small group and stuff. I’ve always said we don’t want to rush anything, but I don’t think it’s rushed. This is the first step for this type of social distance training and we have five players. “, the German added.
Jürgen Klopp believes he can succeed in respecting social distancing during collective education: “Everyone knows how big a football pitch is and there will probably be four players and a goalkeeper, or five players and a goalkeeper in a separate group on different days. It’s also possible, but then you can imagine how much space they need have what they have to do. “