The statements “null and void” have never really gained popularity outside of social media, but they have been difficult times for the team, waiting to discover the fate of 2019/20.
The players Liverpool have been helped to manage the situation, recalling a meeting they had had with the surfer German Sebastian Steudtner, who was invited to speak to the team by Jurgen Klopp during their training camp and pre-season to Evian, france, in August.
According to the Mail Online, Steudtner has explained how to stay calm in difficult moments, which for him meant spilling his surfboard on a big wave.
He has also taught the players some breathing exercises in the swimming pool of their training complex, because members of the team have learned to stay cool under pressure, which equates to hold their breath under water for tense situations and tense during matches.
The left-back Andy Robertson said that the experience has been a huge benefit to the team.
“Subconsciously, this has probably played a big role,” he told the Mail Online.
“These things were more about watching the season – sometimes you will have aches and pains, you will feel tired but you can block it from your mind. Your head can do wonderful things, but you also have voices in there that are not so good. ”
Robertson said that the inner conviction of the team is one of their best qualities, and he added that they are ready to cross the finish line in their title.
“This is where we’ve been so good with mind over matter “, he added.
“It is the attitude that we have adopted all season. This is why we have worked so well. We have achieved great performance when people were not expecting.
“We were trying to become the first champions to win it in march before the lockout. Maybe we will be the first to win it in June! I think we will win two of the last nine games because we’re a pretty good team. ”
“Now, we need to go out and show it to you. “