Football's Suicide Secret

Chairman of the Professional Footballers' Association Clarke Carlisle investigates depression in Football and the impact of stress off the field, reflecting on the death in 2011 of Wales's then-manager Gary Speed.

The ex-Northampton Town defender talks to the Speed family, young players and other managers in a bid to find out why footballers struggle to ask for help when suffering from depression, and asks whether mental illness remains a taboo in the professional game.

This is a live stream of BBC Three starting at 21:00

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