A 2013 BBC 3 documentary by former professional footballer and chairman of the PFA Clark Carlisle which tackles the issue of mental illness in the beautiful game, with Carlisle talking extensively about his own issues with depression and talking to other former pros about their own battles with the illness.
Also featuring in the film is the former Crystal Palace and Norwich striker Leon McKenzie, who attempted suicide during a difficult spell at Charlton Athletic before going on to turn his life around by taking up professional boxing.
Also featured are relatives of Gary Speed, the popular former footballer and manager whose suicide in 2011 shocked the football world, events which led to numerous other players deciding to go public with their own battles. Clarke Carlisle would go on to attempt suicide himself in 2014 by jumping in front of a moving lorry on a motorway, he survived the attempt.
Leon McKenzie had also written about his battle with serious depression, the ups and downs of his football career, and his own suicide attempt in the 2012 book My Fight with Life.