There is a long list of what footballers get trapped in; some footballers have wasted a chance of glory due to persistent ill-discipline and making the wrong decisions. Down is most common Footballers’ Addictions that never go anywhere.
The list might be long, but over the years there has been a wealth of footballers caught having affairs with other people’s girls. Ryan Giggs was believed to have had a high profile affair with his brother’s fiancée; Chelsea’s John Terry and ex-Manchester City left back Wayne Bridge’s girlfriend, etc.
Suggestions are, significant sums of money at a young age and boredom outside of working hours mean that footballers are vulnerable to gambling addiction. Wayne Rooney reportedly ran up a gambling debt of £700,000 in 2006; he was betting on football, horses and dogs with Stephen Smith.
3. Good Life
La Dolce Vita Is now an addiction as many footballers strive to buy the best possessions. From fish tanks in Stephen Ireland’s former house to Ferraris gracing the driveway, players like to indulge in a spot of spending.