Reds coach, who is close to a 30-year-old coronation in the Premier League, said he was relieved to see the championship resume on June 17.
“We have never had nine weeks without training in our lives since we started playing football, the German engineer exclaimed on the official Reds website. All this is different but also interesting.
“Later, to be honest, it makes a big difference for us to meet and have this contact, this interaction directly in the field and not via a computer or a monitor.”
A recovery that would allow Liverpool to formalize their first title since 1990, a year after failing to score a small point against Manchester City. Skyblues pushed back to 25 points with nine days remaining – although Pep Guardiola’s men are late for a match against Arsenal.