FLINTOFF HAD DEPRESSION

Andrew Flintoff, or Freddie, as he is lovingly known to his fans and colleagues, has always been controversy’s child.

He was also the happy face of English cricket and his swashbuckling ways, on and off the field, were loved by most. He was England’s captain when the team brought home the Ashes trophy in 2005. He was also the captain the following year when the Aussies whitewashed their side 5-0.

Following that, he went into clinical depression and hasn’t faced the media or answered any questions about what happened during that period.

"FLINTOFF HAD DEPRESSION"

FLINTOFF REVEALS NIGHTMARES

Former England all round cricketer Andy Flintoff has admitted that the 5-0 loss to arch rivals Australia in the Ashes series of 2007 left the morale of the team at an all time low and that period for him personally was one of despair, having suffered from depression for days on end.

Flintoff added that at the time they could not believe what had happened and how they managed to go from winning the series 2-1 at home to being completely decimated in a matter of months.

"FLINTOFF REVEALS NIGHTMARES"