Can you train players not to flap when things go wrong? I dont think you can, too many of ours completely lose their heads
I’s confidence and belief.
1. I think being a very good player helps, obviously, and that makes you confident.
2. Then you have to be coached to improve your weaker points.
3. And you have to feel loved, and be motivated.
The first one is mainly on Walsh and Brands.
The last two are on Silva and his coaching staff.