Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp believes his runaway leaders cope without the ‘best kick in the ass “of their crowd Anfield if the Premier League season resume.
English top flight football players are set to be back in training this week after a first League Monday’s meeting gave the green light to the first phase of return to play protocols.
If the matches end up taking place again this season, they will be behind closed doors and possibly in neutral places.
Liverpool have left 25 points clear at the top of the table when the coronavirus saw the season suspended in March.
They now need only two wins to claim a pirst English title in 30 years and German boss Klopp after watching resume his native weekend Bundesliga derniersans spectators at matches, is confident his players can motivate without crowd.
“The competition will be the intensity,” Klopp told the Liverpool website.
“It is therefore not” oh, Liverpool have to win two games
. “Moreover, we have to win two games when we start – this is not” only two ” it is both. We must win them. “
perfect package ‘
Former Borussia Dortmund manager Klopp added:” We have to, unfortunately, not the best boost in the world and the best kick in the ass at the right moment in the world, the Anfield crowd.
“But it’s like that. It is 100 percent [that] the perfect set of football is a full stadium, packed Anfield, both teams really good, great figureht, great goals and end Liverpool win. This is the day the perfect match.
“So many of these things are possible, but Anfield will not be packaged for a while … We like it, but we can not having
“and it looks like it will be possible -. and it is already possible in Germany -. play in camera
” All the physical numbers of the games in Germany were incredibly high so as 117 or 118 kilometers of racing without anyone screaming at you that you should run. Just because youwant, because you do it for your teammates.
“This is exactly what we need to do as well. “
Players are now allowed to form into small socially remote sessions lasting less than 75 minutes.
“from a physical point of view, the boys are good shape, I think. Then we have to start getting used to the height, football shoes and balls again,” said Klopp. [ 123]
“for the body is a great challenge because these little tricks and stuff like that, those specific things in football, they make all the difference,” said the manager of the Reds
. “It’s like when you come back from an injury, boys are shaped early in an endurance standpoint – they couldrun a marathon without doubt – but the moment you start playing football, you can see how it is different. “