He has by the guilt of it made his mental health worse.patrickqpr wrote: ↑Thu Jun 29, 2017 5:53 pmPretty much how I felt when I read it. Not denying he is ill but how about he takes some responsibility for his actions?BiscuitRanger wrote: ↑Thu Jun 29, 2017 4:12 pmAnother wasted talent. He could play the game.
Though I didn't exactly well-up reading it, I was in tears of laughter/disbelief at the skewed perspective and the lame justifications. He blames himself for everything yet somehow it was always been someone else/situation that caused it.
And of course he is leading a glamorous, jet-set lifestyle. He is a very fortunate man child. It must be so difficult having all that money to help yourself.
As for a clubs duty of care... don't get me started.
Steve, have a proper word with yourself, preferably somewhere else.
Performing in work with a mental health condition is hard enough but to do it in football with 15,000 people critiquing your performance at work during every minute of a game must be impossible. Not nice and money aside he should consider whether football is right for him. Having spunked most of his money I doubt he'll take that option. He really needs his money invested under a power of attorney and given a wage so he cant access it and throw it away. He'll end up broke unless the access to these are restricted and handled by others for his long term benefit.