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Jürgen Klopp and Liverpool FC enthusiastic about online training

Dhe Liverpool online team training is not only a hit with the fans of the “Reds” – coach Jürgen Klopp is also enthusiastic. However, he also misses contact with his boys in times of the Corona crisis. “It’s just great how it works,” said the German coach in an interview on Monday on the club’s website. He had never imagined that he could enjoy these virtual training sessions.

Because this is the moment “because I see the boys again and that changes everything – for a minute, for an hour, for two hours – no matter how long the units last,” said Klopp. But “the longer it takes, the worse it gets. I accept the situation 100 percent as it is, but the longer you don’t see someone you like, the more it hurts, ”the 52-year-old admitted.

The Champions League winner has regularly distributed footage and photos from the online team training sessions over the past two weeks – Liverpool fans reacted enthusiastically on social media. “Remote training” uses modern technology, various workouts are hosted via a video connection to bring the team and employees together. “This is the best thing about this situation in 2020 – we have this technical opportunity,” said Klopp. And: “Imagine we had it in the 80s or something, it would have been really crazy!”

The possibility of video conferencing bears even more strange fruits with the “Reds”: Birthday serenades from the whole team – online: At Liverpool FC it goes viral: The clip for Sadio Mané alone had 610,000 views. The team-mates sang the Senegalese for their 28th birthday last Friday (April 10). It was a mess because the Champions League winner was switched on one after the other. And then there were the many languages.

“Yes! It is really chaotic because we sing together all the time, but when we are outside it works better, of course, ”said Liverpool coach Klopp about the improvised party. “That sounds really terrible! But it is the idea behind it that counts, ”assured the German coach of the Reds. “The boys like it. I don’t know exactly how many languages ​​we have, but we use all of them. ”Already on April 4th, Harvey Elliott had a serenade for his 17th birthday.


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