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skrevet af Kongesovs(2), , 09.10.2018, 12:21
(redigeret af Kongesovs(2), 09.10.2018, 14:08)

Jeg læste det her interview med Michael Carrick (https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/45794995), hvor han fortæller om fiaskoen omkring Champions League finalen i 2009.

Jeg synes hele konceptet med depression, skyldfølelse osv. ovenpå sådan en oplevelse virker ekstremt spændende, især når man sætter det op imod sidste sæson og Horsens kampen. Kan det have noget at gøre med forsvarets præstationer i år? Er det en af grundene til at Röcker og Arajuuri er faldet så meget i niveau? Jeg føler det er muligt og nok også sandsynligt.

Jeg håber man har tilkoblet en særdeles dygtig sportspsykolog, for sådan en situation kan sætte sig tungt inde i spillerne.

Former Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick says he suffered from depression for two years after the Red Devils lost to Barcelona in the 2009 Champions League final.

Carrick says the 2-0 defeat triggered the "biggest low" of his career.

It culminated, the 37-year-old says, at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

"It was my dream to be at a World Cup but the truth is I didn't want to be there. I wanted to be at home," said the ex-England international. Carrick blamed himself for the Champions League final defeat in Rome, after he gave the ball away in the build-up to Barca's opening goal. "I beat myself up over that goal," Carrick told The Times.

"I kept asking myself: 'Why did I do that? And then it [the depression] snowballed from there. It was a tough year after that. It lingered for a long time.

"I had won the Champions League the year before, but that was totally irrelevant. "It felt like I was depressed. I was really down. I imagine that is what depression is. "I describe it as depression because it wasn't a one-off thing. I felt bad or terrible after some games, but then you get over it in the next couple of days, but that one I just couldn't shrug off. It was a strange feeling."

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