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I am Suffering From Depression – Jordon Ibe Opens Up
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I am Suffering From Depression – Jordon Ibe Opens Up

Derby winger, Jordon Ibe, has opened up on his struggle with depression. The 25-year-old bared it all in an emotional Instagram post. Ibe joined the Championship side from Bournemouth as a free agent at the end of last season. Since then, he has made one appearance this season and has not been included in a matchday squad in 2021 under manager Wayne Rooney. “I want to apologise to all my fans around the world. I’ve found (sic) myself in a dark place, due to suffering from depression. It’s no scheme for the media or to have my name in your mouths, I just find things hard truly “I appreciate all the love and messages from everyone. Times are hard in general due to this pandemic. I have the full support from my family and the Derby County football club. “I will fix myself ...
Jordon Ibe Suffering From Depression, Says ‘I’m in A Dark Place’
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Jordon Ibe Suffering From Depression, Says ‘I’m in A Dark Place’

  Derby County winger Jordon Ibe says he has 'found himself in a dark place' during his battling with depression. The 25-year-old former Liverpool man, who joined Wayne Rooney's side in September on a free transfer from Bournemouth, has not been in the club's matchday squad since Boxing Day. Ibe has only featured for The Rams once and that was back in December, when he also faced an internal disciplinary investigation by the club. This week, Ibe has opened up about his mental health via social media, saying he 'finds things hard.' "I want to apologise to all my fans around the world," he wrote on his official Instagram page. "I've found myself in a dark place, due to suffering with depression. It's no scheme for the media or to have my name in your mouths, I just fin...
I’ve Lot To Prove At Bournemouth – Jordon Ibe
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I’ve Lot To Prove At Bournemouth – Jordon Ibe

Bournemouth winger Jordon Ibe admits he has “a lot to prove” after a disappointing debut campaign with the Cherries. After failing to secure a regular first-team place at Liverpool, Ibe left to join Eddie Howe’s side for a club-record fee of £15m in the summer of 2016. However, the former Wycombe Wanderers youngster struggled for form on the south coast and ended the season goalless – despite making 23 appearances in all competitions. Ibe admits his first season at the Vitality Stadium was a major disappointment but the former England U21 international remains determined to prove his doubters wrong. “Last season I was poor and didn’t even get a goal,” Ibe told The Sun. “It’s time for me to buck up my ideas because I want to help the team and get some goals. “I know Eddie How...

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