The leaders of the Premier League were working in small gatherings at their Melwood training ground on Wednesday just because of the coronavirus lockdown.
The English top-flight would like to continue in June, with 92 fixtures left to play, suspended as of March 13.
“I woke up earlier than usual and realized that it was my first day,” Klopp told the site of Liverpool.
“It felt like the main day of school it was 46 years ago for me, yet it probably been close. I dressed again in my uniform-and for the correct reason, for going to class.”
The easing of government limitations has allowed players to train in staggered meetings in small gatherings, with all 20 clubs agreeing unanimously to stage one of the arrival to-training protocols at the “Project Restart” meeting on Monday.
As well as practicing in gatherings of not more than five, each player will have meetings lasting no longer than 75 minutes. We should adhere to social distancing.
Liverpool is at the top of the table with 25 clear focuses, with nine games to play, and just need two additional successes to claim their first Premier League title. Beforehand, the league had distinguished 12 June for matches to potentially start again, yet now there is an expectation that this should be pushed back.
Klopp said he was “pleased” to see his players again, “positive feelings” and “great shape.” He was enchanted that his players had a “genuine break” in lockout for nine weeks, instead of a little while of vacation each year.
Klopp added: “Obviously, you can’t rest when you’re stressed over the world situation, not on an appropriate holiday similarly you do.”