After the two-month break due to Coronavirus, Bundesliga games are currently being played without crowds. An unusual situation – for Skov too: "Of course it was different – we miss our fans a lot. I hope that we will be able to play in front of the fans again next season, but of course the important thing is that the games actually take place. Unfortunately, we can't do it any other way at the moment."
Before the games got going again, the players had to spend a week in quarantine and lived together in a hotel. For the Dane, that was not a problem after spending a long time alone in his flat. "For other players with families, I'm sure it wasn't so great having to be away for a week, but that is now part of our job at the moment. In life, you have to cope with difficult situations too."
At TSG Hoffenheim, Skov, who is an offensive player by trade, has spent most of the season playing in the left-back position. It was a big change for the 24-year-old. "It was a massive difference. I have never played in that position before in my life, at any club – not even in the youth team. But when the coach says that I am to play there, then that's what I do. It was interesting to play as a left-back too. As I previously played mainly as a right-winger myself, I often had an idea of what my opponent was planning to do. Now, conversely, it helps me as an attacker that I have a better idea of what my opponents are thinking, as I have played as a defender myself."
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