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Tuesday, 14 April 2020

There is a penalty for coming late to Zoom session - Jürgen Klopp

There is a penalty for coming late to Zoom session - Jürgen Kloop
Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has revealed he is happy about having the means to communicate with his boys even during the lockdown.

Recently the club has been using the online meeting platform Zoom to communicate with the players and just last week, there was a video on the internet showing the Liverpool players singing and celebrating Sadio Mane's birthday via zoom meeting.

However, despite Klopp being happy to see his boys and also having some training session online with them, the German international while speaking with Liverpool's official website stated there is a punishment set in place for whosoever comes late to the Zoom session.

'Some people may say it's like a normal meeting or normal session we have! But It's not like this. I like that as well,' Klopp said

'When we start at 10, the chat is open from 9.30 on and pretty much everybody is already in. Especially in the first few, they were all pretty early in the chat, so it was really chaotic.'


'Meanwhile, they join in later now everybody knows how it works technically and stuff like that. so they later, but in time, which is important - because we fine that as well!

'Too late in a Zoom session means you have to pay! That's the best thing of having this situation in 2020 - we have this technical opportunity.'

'Imagine if we would have had that in the 80s or something like that, it would have been really crazy.'

'Not because of football, because of all the social contact interaction we can have and use at the moment. That makes a big difference.'

The Liverpool manager also reveals he misses the boys so much but he is also happy they are in good spirits.


'It's just great. Look, it's so different. Everything is different at the moment and we do all different stuff,' he added

'When we have these training sessions, I could have never imagined I would enjoy that much 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.'


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