Troubled players deserve a Sporting Chance

November 24, 2009
By Mark Lomas
In the wake of the tragic suicide of Robert Enke, the world has begun to ask questions about the levels of psychological support available to players who have to deal with the highly pressurised environment of professional football. In England, the Sporting Chance Clinic has been asking those questions and providing that support for the eight years since its inception. But at a time when the psychological wellbeing of footballers is such a prominent issue, Sporting Chance chief executive Peter ...

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