Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger fears that hard man Alex Song may be out for the rest of the season.
Although the Cameroonian's knee injury is almost healed, the Gunners boss has major concerns about the midfielder's state of mind.
"Alex has been out of sorts since he had his beloved Range Rover impounded by police on February 23rd after Song was caught speeding.
Alex feels like his whole world has been turned upside down, he has very much lost his security blanket.
I honestly can't see him being mentally or emotionally fit to resume playing for some time yet.
I fear for his long-term mental health.
He'll need the maximum help and support from his friends, family and colleagues if he is to get to the end of the long, black tunnel he currently finds himself in.
It hasn't helped that a couple of his team mates bunced together and bought him a Freedom Pass (for disabled bus travellers). This trivialisation of his condition has done him no good at all".