It is so rightly said that, “You can take a footballer away from football but you can’t take football away from them.”
And when you have an amazing bunch of footballers like Jurgen Klopp, you surely have to miss those days. The Coronavirus pandemic has struck life of every footballer and has created a state of isolation both physically and mentally.
Jurgen Klopp too misses his lads and is finding it increasingly difficult being away from his Liverpool players as the Premier League indefinitely suspended.
All Liverpool players are having their own individual schedules from home, linking up over the internet for virtual yoga and training sessions.
“It’s so different. Everything is different in the moment and we do all different stuff,” Klopp told the club website.
It’s that time again…let’s check in with the squad online 💻😁
— Liverpool FC (at 🏠) (@LFC) April 14, 2020
“When we have these training sessions, I could have never imagined I would enjoy it that much but it’s just the moment when I see the boys again and that changes everything – for a minute, for an hour, for two hours, however long the sessions are.
“The boys are all in good spirits; you feel immediately why you miss them so much, because it’s just an exceptional group. You want to be together with them, you want to have them around, you want to be closer to them than you can be.
“These are the closest moments, apart from exchanging messages with them and asking, ‘How are you?’ and stuff like this. So I enjoy these sessions really a lot. 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.”
The Manager has done a lot to take the team towards a Premier League title and to not win one would surely be bothering him. But will he get the silverware is still a doubt.