Changes in Liverpool rules for Muslim players during Ramadan

Changes in Liverpool rules for Muslim players during Ramadan

One day the holy month of Ramadan is going on, on the other hand the last minute busyness of European football is going on. Liverpool are battling Manchester City in the English Premier League, and the team is now on the verge of reaching the final of the Champions League.

In such a situation, Liverpool footballers do not have time to catch their breath. But there are several Muslim footballers in the Liverpool football squad. Mohamed Salah of Egypt, Sadio Mane of Senegal, Ibrahim Konate of France and Nabi Keita of Guinea.

It would be wrong to say only Muslims, they are devout Muslims. They go down to practice after fasting in Ramadan. However, Liverpool authorities, especially coach Jর্গrgen Klopp, have made changes to his team's training schedule for Muslim players.

Sadio Mane, one of the most reliable footballers of the team, has revealed this information. Since Muslims fast from Sadiq in the morning to Maghrib in the evening, they have to be especially vigilant at this time.

Especially in the afternoon. Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson, on behalf of the Muslim players, called on coach Jর্গrgen Klopp to take into account the special circumstances of the fast - the preparation for Iftar and the mild fatigue caused by fasting all day.

As soon as Henderson talked about it, coach Jর্গrgen Klopp gladly agreed to change the team's training schedule. The players used to practice in the afternoon before. Now the decision has been taken in the morning during the rehearsal.