After Dele Alli came out to speak about his mental health struggles, Super Eagles stars have joined a number of premier league stars [including his England international team mates & club mates] in sending the Everton midfielder the necessary support online.
Assistant Eagles captain William Troost Ekong and Alexander Iwobi joined the likes of Tammy Abraham, Dominic Solanke and who left touching responses and support in the comment section of Dele Alli’s Instagram post referencing ‘the mental health struggles’ interview with Gary Neville.
Former Watford defender , William Troost Ekong with the Instagram handle, @wtroostekong left the 👏 and 🙏 emoji.
His international team mate and Alli’s Everton mate, Alex Iwobi withe Instagram handle @alexanderiwobi dropped the 🙏 emoji in support of Alli..
England born and bred duo of Tammy Abraham and Dominic Solanke [both with Nigerian roots like Dele Alli] also left short message of support.
While AS Roma ‘s Tammy Abraham with the handle @tammyabraham wrote, ‘ God bless you with the ❤️ emoji included, Solanke with the Insta handle simply wrote ‘ God bless you bro’s
Other International team mates of Alli who got on the act of leaving heartfelt messages were Marcus Rashford, James Madison and Ben Chilwell to mention a few..
In what was a short message of support, Marcus Rashford simply left the ❤️ emoji. Chelsea’s Ben Chilwell wrote ‘ Love you brother’ while James Maddison with the Instagram handle @madders wrote, ” Proud of you brother”.
Arsenal’s new boy, Declan Rice as well as a John Terry and the Premier League as an institution left messages of support too.
The premier league via it’s Instagram handle wrote, ” your bravery and openess is inspirational”.. Declan Rice simply left a couple of ❤️ emojis and John Terry left the 💙 emoji thrice.