Liverpool players wont endanger force players to return to training Klopp

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp looks dejected as he applauds the fans after the match. File

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp looks dejected as he applauds the fans after the match. File

Premier League players returned to limited group training this week with hopes of a resumption of matches next month.

There was a backlash from fans and former players given the club had announced pre-tax profits of £42million just six weeks earlier, leading them to reverse their decision and issue an apology through chief executive Peter Moore.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Werner said: "It's better to admit a mistake than to dig your heels in".

"It's a awful situation we are all in and some day hopefully there will be a vaccine and we can return to the joy of being at a stadium and watching great footballers, but obviously the most important thing is safety", he said. "Someday, hopefully, there will be a vaccine and we can return to the joy of being in a stadium and watching the elegant play of great football players. Most importantly, if the scientists and the government feel it's unsafe there will be no football, but hopefully we can figure out a way to give people some enjoyment". Football is central to their dreams and their hopes.

The Reds would've been crowned Premier League champions by now for the first time in their history if not for the global health crisis.

Liverpool were 25 points clear of second-placed Manchester City and two wins from their first top-flight title since 1990 when the season was brought to a halt.

"I said before the session "You are here on free will".

Liverpool now have a 25 point buffer over second place Manchester City and are just two wins away from securing their maiden Premier League title.

"So, I am looking forward to a parade sometime when we can all congregate because I know how important that means to all of our supporters".

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