In the documentary “Jordan Henderson is Never Done,” which was released on Saturday, the main character himself admitted that he changes his character just by wearing a soccer kit.
– I’m different when I’m off the field. I’ve always been a somewhat instinctive player, and played high card. I am a strong player and show strong emotions. I’ve definitely had to improve this in recent years, after Jürgen came to Liverpool. I also get help from the players around me, of course, and a lot of help from the coaching staff, as the Liverpool captain says in the documentary.
– She became sharper in the field. more aggressive. But that’s only because I’m trying to help the team. I have to yell at people to make them really listen.
He is expected to be part of the World Cup squad
As a captain, Henderson led Liverpool to six major titles, including victories in the Champions League and Premier League. This season he was able to lift the FA Cup and League Cup.
The Sunderland boy has also won 69 caps for England since his debut in a private international match against France in 2010. He represented his country at the European Championships in 2012, 2016 and 2020, and was also in the World Cup squad in 2014 and 2018. In the last tournament , He played a pivotal role as the England team reached the semi-finals, where they lost 2-1 to Croatia. Hindu is also expected to be included in the England squad for the Qatar World Cup in November and December.
My motivation has always been to prove people wrong about me, and I believe this will never change. I always had to prove people wrong about me. I’ve been doing this my whole life, and I don’t think it’s going to change now. I’ve learned to deal with it, and I’ve learned to use it in a positive way, says Hindu in a clear letter to his critics.
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