Football is still a “wonderful game” without even fans, according to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp who is ecstatic with the football return, as he started off behind closed doors on Saturday.
Many other leagues in Europe sighting to follow their German example, but Bundesliga already restarted the game and turns to be the first European league to return from its coronavirus suspension.
If football returns to England players could not be at their peak but after a possible lay-off of three months or more, each squad would be in the same position, claimed Klopp.
“Look, football is a game where we have the same situation pretty much. We’re playing against another team.” Klopp told BBC’s Football Focus.
“We don’t have to be at our peak all-time, we have to be at our peak because with the other teams this is almost the same scenario.”
“Whenever we start we’re going to have the same time to prepare and our job, as always, is to use the situation you’re in. We’re going to be in as good a shape as we can and that’s what we need to use then.”
“We all began playing football without supporters and we loved this game not because of the stadium atmosphere,” Klopp said.