Egypt and Liverpool maestro, Mohamed Salah has revealed the end of the season ritual he does to help him stay in shape and focused at the end of the season.
Mohamed Salah in a recent interview with ESPN mentioned the end of the season rituals that help him stay motivated ahead for the next season. The Egypt and Liverpool forward that has been in an impressive form discussed how he stays focused ahead of a new football season.
“I am very honest with myself. I sit after each season, flat traces on what to evolve. And I’m going after it. I’m very honest with myself, On my vacation, I’m alone. Facing the sea, alone, I write what I want to evolve to go after. The more open and honest with me I am, the better. I write a lot. I write about winning the Champions League again, the Premier League. It motivates me during the season.
I see myself having a good season, I think, again, if you want individual trophies, you have to win them with the team. In my first season here I scored 44 goals, so if you conquer things with the team, you conquer the individual ones. I hope this season we win big trophies for the individual ones to come automatically. It’s hard to concentrate, but it’s not hard. Because I know how to stay focused. But it’s tough,”