Arsenal's Bernd Leno has opened up about his experience with online abuse and says being told to copy compatriot and former Germany goalkeeper Robert Enke, who committed suicide in the evening of 10 November 2009,drove him away from social media. Former Barcelona, Benfica and Hannover 96 goalkeeper Enke took his own life by jumping in front of an express train in Neustadt am Rubenberge after spending several years battling against depression. At the time of his death, he was widely considered to be a leading
It may be argued that keeping the goalkeepers fired up is the toughest part of a manager’s man management abilities. Since only one of them may play in a game, and such a choice of the one being usually very stable, it falls on the manager to ensure that the substitute goalkeepers feel valued, despite their desire for minutes not being met. Otherwise, conditions are ripe for a benched goalkeeper to keep doubting himself, a cycle hard to overcome. Enke was said to be one of the finest German goalkeepers.
Robert Enke who was born on 24 August 1977 died on 10th November 2009. He was a German professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He most notably played for Benfica and Barcelona, but made the majority of his appearances for Bundesliga side Hannover 96 in his homeland. The goalkeeper Robert Enke was widely tipped for the No 1 position in Germany's team for the World Cup finals which had been hosted in South Africa. Jörg Neblung, Enke's friend and adviser, were the one who confirmed that "Robert took