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Rangers boss Steven Gerrard opens up on mental health and 'real private chats' with his players

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Obviously it'll remain private but on all kinds of different levels in life and football we've had some real private chats with the players and tried to be that support network for them."

That's what I've learned from experience."

"Being a player it's not always fantastic or enjoyable," said Gerrard.

I think that always helps you get back in a better place.

Gerrard is quick to point out during his talk with a group of 25 supporters - brought together by the Rangers Charity Foundation and 32Red - that his experiences pale in comparison to some of the, quite literally, life-or-death battles with mental health some of them have endured and survived.

It might have been easy to conclude that day as he drove away from Anfield, tears streaming down his face amid the realisation that his hopes of leading his boyhood club to Premier League glory were over, that the lows of football were too painful, too scarring to put up with.

"Growing up at Liverpool and now being here at Rangers, football is a big part of my life," he explained.
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