Klopp assistant Liverpool players can still train amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Jurgen Klopp assistant Peter Krawietz has revealed that although Liverpool Football Club are in a difficult situation with players and staff infected with coronavirus. But they can also help organize a training program for the rest of the players. To UFABET the Liverpool Echo news.
The German boss and Pep Lijnders tested positive last week. causing both of them to go into quarantine And the club temporarily closed its AXA Training Center for 48 hours on 5 January before reopening on Saturday.
Peter Krawietz has revealed the situation at a news conference ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup match against Shrewsbury.
“We had a very difficult situation for all of them. We have to close the training ground. We try to play and win the game. But the situation is too difficult to deal with.”
“The closure of the training ground means no one can come here. So we try to keep in touch with the players during that time. Just like they did during lockdown. Everyone has to help themselves and thanks to the great work of the team. It allows us to find a solution for the players.”
“Some people can go out for a run. Some people can’t do that. So we try to organize a training program at home for them,” said Krawietz.