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By Ronald Reng

ISBN-10: 1446499022

ISBN-13: 9781446499023

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Why does a world footballer with the realm at his toes choose to take his personal life?

On 10 November 2009 the German nationwide goalkeeper, Robert Enke, stepped in entrance of a passing teach. He used to be thirty-two years outdated and a faithful husband and father.

Enke had performed for a string of Europe's most sensible golf equipment, together with Barcelona and Jose Mourinho's Benfica and used to be destined to turn into his country's first selection in target for years yet to come. yet underneath the veneer of luck, Enke battled with crippling melancholy.

Award-winning author Ronald Reng items jointly the puzzle of his friend's existence, laying off important mild at the crushing pressures persevered by means of specialist sportsmen and on existence on the best golf equipment. At its center, Enke's tragedy is a common tale of a guy suffering opposed to his demons.

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