“Depression made me fall into addictions, alcohol and drugs”: the harsh confession of soccer player Daniel Osvaldo (Video) – La Opinion

“Depression made me fall into addictions, alcohol and drugs”: the harsh confession of soccer player Daniel Osvaldo (Video) – La Opinion

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The former Italian-Argentine soccer player Daniel Osvaldowho played for Espanyol de Barcelona (2010-2011) and Boca Juniors (2015-2016), revealed this Thursday that He is going through deep depression and has problems with alcohol and drugs.

I have been dealing with a very serious depression for a long time. That depression made me fall into addictions, alcohol and drugs. And the truth is that I am in a moment in which my life is getting out of hand,” declared the former player himself in a video published on the social network Instagram.

The former Italy international confessed that he is convinced that he is going to come out and be the same as before, and that he still does not understand how he got into that situation.

“It’s hard for me to make this video because… I’ve never done anything like this. But I think the time has come because I’m pretty desperate and I’m not having a very good time at all.“he snapped.

Thousands of messages of support appeared in the comments of the publication, among them that of the world champion in Qatar 2022 Leandro Paredes.

Come on dani dear!!!! strength that everything will be fine“wrote the Roma footballer.

Osvaldo emerged from the Huracán quarry, before making the leap to Europe where he had an outstanding time with Espanyol, went to Italy and He stood out in Rome, Inter Milan and Juventus, the team with which he won Serie A.

In the middle of that European journey was when ‘DaniStone’ stopped at Xeneize on two occasions, the first being in 2015, the most extraordinary in which he played 16 games and scored 7 goals.

After a brief spell at Porto, Osvaldo would return to Argentine football with Banfield in 2020, although he only played two matches with the ‘Taladro’ shirt, given that in March all sporting events were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. covid-19.

Due to this fact, the native of Lanús, province of Buenos Aires, decided to permanently retire from professional football.

With the Azzurro national team he played 14 games between 2011 and 2014 and scored 4 goals.

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