Klopp calls for more transparency from clubs in matters of Kovid-19 – 12/16/2021

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The new wave of COVID-19 in the United Kingdom has spread directly to the clubs playing in the Premier League and, therefore, two games in the round have already been canceled due to the high number of cases. Competition leaders are looking for ways to better control the disease, in addition to strengthening testing and isolating the infected. For Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp, clubs also need to be more transparent and help control.

The German coach said that he believes the names of players who have been confirmed to have COVID-19 need to be disclosed. Thus, the football community will be protected, knowing who has had recent contact with that particular athlete. Klopp also guaranteed that traveling without this information and facing other teams could be dangerous.

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, I don’t understand why we are no longer open. If I do, I hope not, I will say that I have covid. I don’t know why the players who tested positive didn’t reveal themselves. I’m not sure it’s possible from a legal point of view. I don’t think people should hide it. Is that why I think a little more transparency would be helpful? Coach analysis.

In addition, Klopp guaranteed that all Liverpool players are tested and with two doses of the immunization agent. The measures are necessary so that the club does not face a new outbreak as was the case with Manchester United, even as it had to close its training center for a few days due to the high number of cases.

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, I support the new measures. We test every day and even before games. Only when negative tests are presented can we transmit through the club. We are concerned about it, as is the whole world. Do we do everything we can? Klopp said.

Liverpool play at Anfield this Thursday (16) as they host Newcastle at 17:00 (GMT) for the 17th round of the Premier League. The team is currently in second place with 37 points. The leader is Manchester City, who have a game in hand and have scored 41 points so far.

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