Iniesta opens up on struggle with depression

first_imgBefore the 2010 World Cup, Andres Iniesta had battled mental health and has revealed the extent depression had on him. The midfielder revealed he felt like he could not “take it anymore” as he suffered severe depression triggered by the death of his friend Dani Jarque who died in 2009 from a heart attack.Jargue was his national youth team colleague who had a huge impact on Iniesta. To show how deep his influence was on him, Iniesta scored a winning goal in the 2010 World Cup and dedicated it to Jarque.“You feel that it’s not you, that you don’t enjoy things, that the people around you are just people,” he said on Antena 3 TV.EnglandMichael Owen lashes out against Fabio Capello in his book Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 5, 2019 Turns out that Michael Owen has been holding grudges against everybody in football, this time he lashed out against Fabio Capello.It’s safe to say that…“You have no feelings or passion.“You end up feeling empty inside and there is a moment that you realise that you cannot take it anymore.“I had the ability to see that I needed to see someone to get out of that situation. The important thing is that in that period I never lost the spark.”last_img