The West Ham player is one of the most suitable players among the prime ministers. He revealed the psychological problems he suffered, which almost made him leave the football field temporarily.
Jesse Ellis Lingard (Warrington, December 15, 1992) became “meme meat”. No matter what he does.
Trying to “mouse” his image running like wildfire. He even participated in the “circus”. The bet for Liverpool fans is that if Lingard completes the 2019-20 English League without scoring or assists, he may win £135. Well, I’m already in the pot, but in the 98th minute, Jesse scored! The head of the last prime minister threw it to the ground.
He didn’t score for a long season -Unmarked in Premier since February 4, 2018 and July 26, 2020- From their initial commitment to their debut as an international organization, they made it the most absolute phenomenon of exclusion: He only played 179′ in this course (League Cup 80 and League Cup 99) Then stop at West Ham to go to the winter market.
Lingard has been reborn as a result of the “hammer”. He has 9 goals and 4 assists in 10 games, which makes him the most suitable player in the Premier League West Ham, who maintained fourth place with Kelechi Iheanacho, will fight for the next UEFA Champions League.
It seems that his permanent smile can support everything, but “Lingardinho” (already nicknamed) has had a bad time, and this time has been bad. “I could easily put him in jail. I could have said,’I gave up and I would resign.’, He realized in an interview with the “Presenting” project.
“I can’t feel myself anymore. Not even when I’m playing. I don’t want to be there. My thoughts are elsewhere. He is not concentrated at all. When he saw me playing, he thought: “It’s not you.” And, I’m very happy to be on the bench. When you are nervous, nervous, you will not be able to play…” Lingard continued.
The shadow of depression fell on Lingard, who knew firsthand what had happened: “I talked to the club and mothers suffering from chronic depression. And have been helping me. Together they helped me on the right path. “
The current West Ham star revealed his roughest episode in “Performance”, hoping to help others get through his predicament. “If we play at 8:00 in the evening and concentrate on the hotel that day, I slept from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, closed the curtains, and woke up in the dark. I don’t want to look at the sun. “
“The doctor immediately advised me, When I got up in the morning, I jumped out of bed and opened the curtains. Those little things can change your attitude,” he said.
Now finally “I am the real Lingard again. He deserves to play more. “