There is always a certain stage that football players get to outside their professional career that would involve personal issues which would then affect their whole life. That’s the case of former Everton winger Aaron Lennon.
The 33-year-old former Toffees player has his career hit a snag in 2017 after reaching a huge low in his life, not just in his career. Lennon left Tottenham Hotspur to join Everton in 2015 but never really flourished given the circumstances that surrounded his capacity to deliver the goods.
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Jermaine Defoe has already gone down as one of the most popular players in the English Premier League given his exploits during the time he spent in the division. He has now taken his trade abroad and is still doing pretty well for himself despite his age.
The fact that he is 38 years old makes one ponder how he remained in top shape for this long, and it doesn’t look like he is hanging his boots anytime soon.
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Aaron Lennon has urged people with mental health issues always to seek help as he revealed his ‘tough times’.
The former Everton winger was detained under the Mental Health Act in May 2017 after having a stress-related illness. The forward opened up about his mental health problems in an emotional message and wrote on Twitter that 2017 had been a year he will never forget, and there are many people he wants to specially thank for making the year-end in such a great way.
According to Lennon, I couldn’t name everybody, but many of them know who they are. I want to thank my friends and family again, everybody at Everton Football Club, all the people at the hospitals, and the fans. I especially want to thank everyone at ‘The Priory’ for their kind gesture and being there for me throughout the tough period, and everyone who sends me messages to get well.
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According to latest report from England, Manchester United have offered Eric Bailly to AC Milan. Bailly, 26, has only made 10 appearances for the Red Devils during the 2019-2020 campaign. Although he was injured for a long time and only made a return to first team action in February just before the league was suspended later in March.
The defender has been offered to AC Milan, per reports. The Italian giants are in the market for a center-back this summer. The Rossoneri
are going through a rebuilding process and they have identified the Ivorian as part of their plan going forward.
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France champions Paris Saint-Germain are said to be attempting to negotiate a deal with Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin. According to a report the Spaniard is attracting interest from the capital-based club. Although Some part of reports from England are claiming the Spaniard is keen on staying in north London under Mikel Arteta’s tutelage, where he is the vice-captain behind Pierre Emerick Aubameyang.
Bellerin started five of his side’s last six Premier League games after his return from a hamstring injury in January. He has enjoyed a consistent run in the first team since he returned from a long injury lay off. But there have been plenty of claims that the 25-year-old is potentially seeking a way out of north London for a more ambitious club.
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Apart from matters related to football, many renowned players had come up in challenging the stigma of mental health. There have been often initiatives heading up regarding the topic recently in the football federations and the doors are flung open to accommodate the mental wellbeing of the players. Aaron Lennon, the Burnley Winger has offered help to his co-workers who are battling anxiety, depression and other mental health concerns.
The player had been detained for a couple of months under the mental health act in Everton and had taken treatment for stress-related illness. Lenon is determined to offer 100 percent aid to the fellow mates if approached and is happy about it. He had mentioned that there would be good and bad spells where each one will feel great or the opposite and points out that he has set the best example that still there is a good time if returned and things can be out there very normal and you may excel in the field as a fabulous player. He affirms that his doors are always open and is happy to act as a role model at Turf Moor.
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Last season when the Citizens won the premier league, Sane was on fire as he appeared to be a hybrid of Lionel Messi and Aaron Lennon. Technique and speed. Watching Mahrez and other forwards over take him this season have been something of a climax for the Germany international as far as his Manchester City career goes.
He’s spent years working his butt
off only to be given maximum freedom he craved since day one thanks to Pep
Guardiola but now seemed to have burned a little bit too bright last time out
making it hard for him to replicate any kind of brilliance that resembles that
of last term.
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From awkwardly meeting Aaron Lennon for the first time to seeing how unserious Sam Allardyce took training, former Everton player Kevin Mirallas has revealed how much of a tough time his stint in Merseyside was.
Mirallas spent only 6 months at Goodison Park but even that
alone was more than enough for him.
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With the away loss to Burnley over the weekend, it is
officially time to worry for Toffees fans. Since the 3-2 victory over Wolves at
home early September, there have been losses to Bournemouth, Sheffield United,
Manchester City and now Burnley. There is increased pressure on Marco Silva,
and there are strong concerns that he might lose the gig soon.
The squad is talented enough, there is depth but
somehow the machinery is broken this term. The fans have a right to angry, and
the gaffer has admitted this. The fourth straight loss leaves them in the red
zone, with only seven points after eight games.
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Aaron Lennon, he has made a complete recovery from the illness that happened
because of the stress. Because of this illness player was away from football
two years ago under the Mental Health Act. Lennon believes that there are many
players present who are struggling with the same issue silently. They are
suffering from anxiety and depression. He said “I am saying this because I have spoken to
some players in this matter and offer them the required advice.”
“When I talked to
them, they were keen on knowing what I faced through time and where to get
help. They are still playing with some clubs but don’t want to share their pain
with anyone I understood their problem
because I have been in the same situation and I can relate with them. My
message to players who are looking encountering this situation is a lot of
support is available for them that can bring big difference in their life. The
person treated me at the time I was in a similar situation helped me and
started feeling better just after 10 minutes of treatment.”
Lennon shared this at the launch of Burnley in the Community project. The project was for addressing rising depression levels and suicide among teenagers. The intent of this project is to peep in student’s life and know about problems they are facing related to anxiety and depression. With experts, students can sit and talk to them about issues they are facing and experts prevent the situation worsening, something that Lennon can relate and define.
Lennon said “I am not the kind of person who can easily ask for help. At least I was not kind of like that person two years back. I was looking for help but was not able to share with people.”