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Liverpool 'RE-OPEN Melwood training ground for three players at a time to train alone... but stars are set 60-minute slots, cannot enter the building and there are no coaches on site' The Reds voluntarily suspended activity at their West Derby base on March 13 Since then, each player has followed a bespoke training programme from home Several players have found it hard to exercise in the city's parks or on the streets Liverpool are only allowing players to access to the training pitches at this stage Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

By David Wood for MailOnline

Published: 18:22 BST, 7 May 2020 | Updated: 01:00 BST, 8 May 2020

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Liverpool have partially reopened their training base at Melwood to enable players to resume training in isolation.

The Reds voluntarily suspended activity at their West Derby base on March 13 after the Premier League announced the suspension of fixtures due to coronavirus.

Since then, each player has followed a training programme from home, while group sessions have been conducted through video conferencing software.

Mohamed Salah and his Liverpool team-mates can now use Melwood for training in isolation

Mohamed Salah and his Liverpool team-mates can now use Melwood for training in isolation

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