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The Proteas never created a real foundation, says psychologist

3 June 2019 6:01 PM
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Dr Jannie Botha says the history of the cricket team is coming back to haunt them.

The Proteas are struggling at the Cricket World Cup in England.

Many sports lovers are frustrated by the performance of the cricket team and are questioning what is wrong.

They lost against the underdogs Bangladesh and will play against India in their next match.

Clinical and sports psychologist Dr Jannie Botha says because of their history, everything is a battle for the Proteas.

I think it is a real mental problem for them.

Dr Jannie Botha, Clinical and Sports Psychologist 

READ: Proteas' losses: Do we lack a winning culture, asks Eusebius?

For you to perform, you need focus and a foundation. From what I can see they never created a real foundation.

Dr Jannie Botha, Clinical and Sports Psychologist 

Listen to the full interview below...


3 June 2019 6:01 PM
Tags:
Bangladesh
Proteas
ICC
2019 ICC Cricket World Cup

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