COVID-19: Liverpool Boss, Klopp ‘Hurt’ Over Players Absence

Jurgen Klopp

English Premier League club and UEFA Champions League winners, Liverpool FC have been using modern-day technology to train remotely due to the Coronavirus pandemic which has halted the 2019/2020 season.

However, Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp, has revealed in a recent interview with the club website that the situation caused by the pandemic so far is getting out worst as his squad has been kept away in their different locations which is not helping their usual training.

According to the German manager, he is hurt by the situation, not seeing his players for a while now.

Klopp said, “It’s getting worse, the longer it takes. I accept the situation 100 per cent like it is but the longer you don’t see somebody you like, the more it hurts.”

“That’s the situation we are in at the moment,” Klopp told the club website.”

However, Liverpool FC is at the top of the Premier League table, leading t0heir closest challenger, Manchester City by 25 points before the league was suspended due to the coronavirus breakout.

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