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Emmanuel Eboue signed as Galatasaray's U-14 Assistant Coach

Former Arsenal defender, Emmanuel Eboue has reportedly been offered a role as the U-14 Assistant Coach at his former club, Galatasaray following his recent revelation that he is bankrupt and has been contemplating suicide.

According to reports, Galatasaray manager, Fatih Terim decided to offer the Ivory Coast international a lifeline after hearing the story of his meltdown.

Terim revealed that he heard the news in the dressing room and the club would do whatever they could to help.

Terim said;

"We heard news about Eboue in the dressing room, I was informed there, we will do whatever we can to help my friend".

Eboue who reacted to Terim's statement stated that he would be extremely delighted should the Galatasaray manager offer him a role at the club.

He said;

"I would be very happy if Fatih gave me the duty in Galatasaray. Fatih Terim is my father, I love him very much, I do everything for him because I love him very much".

Eboue during a recent interview with Sunday Mirror revealed that he was going through a rough patch in his life following his divorce from ex-wife, Aurelie as well as bad investments that were under her control.

The 34-year old also revealed he no longer sees his children, adding that they haven't contacted him like they used to and it was painful.

According to Eboue, only God can help him take away the suicidal thoughts in his mind.

The defender once enjoyed the comfort of luxurious houses, cars and more having played for Arsenal from 2004 to 2011 before making the switch to Galatasaray where he spent five seasons.


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