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‘We Were Always The Bridesmaids:’ Jason McAteer on Liverpool’s Golden Generation and Beating Depression

When Jason McAteer retired after a 15-year professional football career in 2007, he filled the void with baths. Three or four times a day, one of Liverpool’s most recognizable faces, winner of 52 caps for the Republic of Ireland, scorer of perhaps the most iconic goal in the country’s history against the Netherlands in 2001, would climb into the tub and scrub himself cleaner than clean.
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