Was depressed for two years, gifted Pakistan player who felt he was treated unfairly says

Pakistan batsman Sami Aslam said he was depressed for two years

Sami Aslam: “Not even 1 percent regret. I am really happy to be out here in America after being depressed in Pakistan for 2 years”

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Pakistan batsman Sami Aslam has revealed that he was depressed for two years and has “not even 1 percent regret” about his decision to move to America.

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It is the source of my depression and why I cried, Pakistan bowler shares heartbreaking story

Pakistan fast bowler Tabish Khan said his father's death was the source of his depression and the reason he cried after taking a five-for

Pakistan fast bowler Tabish Khan: “It was a very depressing moment for me. I was depressed for the last few months due to the death of my father and today I missed him the most”

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Pakistan pace bowler Tabish Khan has admitted that his father’s death was the source of his depression and the reason why he cried after taking a five-for on Sunday.

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What led to Pakistan great Saqlain Mushtaq becoming ‘down and depressed’?

Saqlain Mushtaq reveals he was down and depressed after being bedridden for 36 to 37 weeks after undergoing surgery on both knees Pakistan cricket

Saqlain Mushtaq: “I had undergone surgery on both knees and was bedridden for 36-37 weeks. I was both down and depressed”

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Legendary Pakistan off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq has revealed that he became “down and depressed” after being bedridden for around nine months after undergoing surgery on both his knees.

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Pakistan legend Shoaib Akhtar makes extremely courageous depression confession

Shoaib Akhtar admits he was severely depressed for six to seven months after retiring from cricket Pakistan

Shoaib Akhtar: “After I left cricket, I was under serious depression for a good six to seven months. I did not come out of my house for six to seven months”

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Legendary Pakistan pace bowler Shoaib Akhtar made a courageous revelation on his highly successful YouTube channel, saying he suffered from severe depression for six to seven months after he retired from international cricket.

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‘I thought I’d never play for England again’, says Jonathan Trott

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“I thought I was walking away from everything I had ever worked towards”

England batsman Jonathan Trott has revealed that he really believed he would “never play for England again” after he returned home midway through the recent Ashes series in Australia with a stress-related illness.

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England need to ensure none of their players feel home-sick or depressed during the Ashes, says Andrew Strauss

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“I think that’s a role everyone in the team has: to look after each other and make sure we don’t leave anyone alone”

Former England captain Andrew Strauss has called on the national team to look after each other during their tour of Australia next month and to ensure that no one feels home-sick or depressed.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Tom Maynard under influence of alcohol and drugs prior to time of death

Maynard was three times over the legal limit and had been a habitual drug user

Former Surrey batsman Tom Maynard, who tragically passed away in an incident on the London Underground last year, was found to have been under the influence of alcohol and illegal drugs at the time of his death, an inquest heard.

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