Salford City's Oscar Threlkeld on discussing mental health and Portsmouth EFL Trophy final

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Ammies man is keen to discuss. “We have feelings and we’re human beings at the end of the day and money can’t justify the way that we feel inside our heads," he said.“The one time I just opened up, I finally cracked, and it was just a big weight off my shoulders.

I just felt lighter and better in myself knowing that somebody else could understand what I was going through.”Since arriving at Salford in June 2019, Threlkeld has spoken openly about his struggles with mental health and has been an advocate for reaching out and seeking help.He said: “You could be the most smiley, happiest person, but you just can’t tell.

It’s one thing to sit someone down and go through how they’re feeling but it’s up to the person who is ready at the time to.

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