Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has called on all stakeholders to work together in fighting the Coronavirus pandemic.
In an interview with the club's official website, the manager admitted he was concerned with the current situation, but remains optimistic the situation will change.
Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, the manager further said he had missed his entire squad and routine training for the two weeks they have been away.
"We all have to work together and play our part," he said.
"The only way to get football back as soon as possible, if that’s what the people want, the more disciplined we are now the earlier we will get, piece by piece by piece, our life back. That’s how it is. There is no other solution in the moment, nobody has another solution. We have to be disciplined by ourselves, we have to keep the distance to other people.
The German then sent a special message to his players and the backroom staff even as the virus continues biting.
"First and foremost, I have to say – not only the backroom staff, I miss everybody. I just miss everybody. It’s two weeks and I’m not on holiday. Usually, you are somewhere and that’s not a moment where you miss the backroom staff or your colleagues.
The pandemic has halted all major leagues across the world with new infections announced every day as well as death cases.