Jurgen Klopp Told His Liverpool Players They Could Train Naked

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jokingly told his players to strip naked to train before their Champions League quarterfinal clash against Manchester City because all eyes would be on Mohamed Salah.
Jurgen Klopp Told His Liverpool Players They Could Train Naked

Since arriving from Roma in the summer, Mohamed Salah has enjoyed a blistering form and season helping his team reach the UEFA Champions League semi-finals and scoring 40 goals in all competitions this season.

Named in the PFA Premier League Team Of The Year, the Egyptian forward leads in the Golden Boot race with 30 goals

Discussing the hype over Salah, who scored in Liverpool’s 2-1 second-leg victory over City at the Etihad Stadium last week, German manager Klopp revealed what he told his players.

“It is a really good group and, with Mo, everyone really likes the hype around him, all the boys,” Klopp said.

“When we came out for the Champions League training before Man City, I said, ‘Come on everybody, let’s go out naked because no one will realise — they are just looking at Mo’.

“Now we go to Rome. I don’t think the hype will be a little bit less. But it is all okay.

“The boys created the atmosphere in the group. In a successful team, there is always a good atmosphere. Other teams can have very good players, but no group.”

Klopp added: “There is so much that is positive – we are a team. The boys are all together.

“We have a big chance here to create something for the future. We are still young and full of potential. My impression is that they are all excited about being in this group.”

take on Roma in the Champions League semi-final, with the first leg in Rome next Tuesday, but face a road test in the Premier League against West Brom on Saturday.

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