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England midfielder Harry Winks has called on men to be open about any struggles they are having with life in lockdown.
Winks has been kept busy since restrictions, with Tottenham keeping their squad members fit with daily Zoom sessions,李世石向韩国棋院辞职 结束24年职业棋手生涯,法媒评世界最佳团队 恒大跻身前10 比肩皇马巴萨, and counts himself lucky to have a close support network of loved ones to keep in contact with.
The 24-year-old,防控感染病 健康你我他,巴西2019年食粮总产量达2.415亿吨 创历史最高纪录, interviewed by Micah Richards as part of the Football Association's #footballsstayinghome initiative,11月20日复盘：后市面临方向决定 主力重点出击4股,晚报杯个人最终排名：潘文君第一马天放王琛二三名, acknowledged not everyone finds it easy to discuss their mental health but stressed the importance at what is a challenging time across society.
"It's important - especially as men, not just footballers," he said.
1:04 Paul Merson says reaching out and communicating with people is important for mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus lockdown Paul Merson says reaching out and communicating with people is important for mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus lockdown
"We always trained never to really talk about things and get it off our chests but I think now everybody is more open about it. People have come out and said more about their problems, it's important that everyone talks about it and it leads to a healthier lifestyle and mindset.