Eboue offered job by Galatasaray after revealing he has suicidal thoughts

Eboue offered job by Galatasaray after revealing he has suicidal thoughts

I don't want to think about suicidal thoughts. "Maybe I could help the young players?" he said.

Lost a bitter divorce battle, with his wife Aurelie awarded all of their assets.

Emmanuel Eboue, former Ivorian global and Arsenal defender has revealed that he is broke and sometimes sleeps on the floor in a friend's living room after several years of playing in the English premier league which earned him millions of dollars.

Terim said: 'We heard news about Eboue in the dressing room, I was informed there, we will do whatever we can to help my friend'. "But it was because of them Federation Internationale de Football Association banned me". But now, no contact.

(FILE) Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce confirmed he is close to signing Emmanuel Eboue until the end of the season.

If he fails to do so, a judge will sign it off paving way for auctioneers to move in.

So Eboue, his belongings in bags, now awaits the knock that will see him ordered to leave at any time.

He added: 'I am in the house but I am scared. I want God to help me.

"Since I put his story in my head I have been determined not to do what he did".

"My own house. I suffered to buy my house but I am now scared".

"I covered my face and I went there".

His plans to return to the Premier League for one final payday with Sunderland last season faded after Federation Internationale de Football Association slapped him with a year's ban following a dispute with a former advisor.

Galatasaray's legendary names, Hasan Şaş and Necati Ateş, also lent their support to the cause of the fallen star, who had reached out to his former clubs for assistance.

Eboue claims that he was misadvised on how to manage his finances during his heyday.

But things could be looking up for Eboue with the job offer.

In a heartbreaking interview with The Mirror, Eboue has revealed that he sometimes sleeps on the floor of a friend's home and hides from bailiffs on a daily basis.

However Turkish giants Galatasary have given an academy coaching role to Eboue after the former footballer's plight was highlighted.

Ex-Arsenal star Emmanuel Eboue while playing in the English Premier League. "I don't wish it on anybody", he said.



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