Lion visits the grave of Robert Enke on the tenth day of his death

On the tenth day of Robert Enke’s death, German coach Joachim Lion, along with his widow Teresa Enke, visited the tomb of the former National Torture Guard.

As the German Football Association announced, Lion placed a wreath on the cemetery in Empede near Hanover with the inscription “Unforgettable”. Enke, who was suffering from depression, was on his 10th birthday. November 2009 took the life. Under Leo, he completed eight national games for the German national team between 2007 and 2009.

“It means a lot to me that I, but of course also the foundation, have received so much support in recent days. Depression is a disease and it is treatable,”said Teresa Enke in a DFB communication.

Robert Enke’s memory was held at many stages, including the Bundesliga top game between Bavaria Munich and Borussia Dortmund

a so-called”gedENKEminute”.