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Chelsea star commendably opens up about mental health struggles on Twitter

24 days ago   |   By CaughtOffside

Chelsea left-back Ben Chilwell has taken to Twitter to open up about his mental health. This is commendable from the England international.
Mental illness is something that's not frequently spoken about by footballers. They tend to play the alpha male, allowing no signs of weakness that could be played on by their opponents.
It's not healthy, though. Not for them, keeping it bottled up inside, or those watching, with footballers being role models for millions.
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