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Hmmmm.

 

Edinburgh was last night and Glasgow tonight was the itinery, even the cheapo tickets cut from £55 to £26 in last day or two.

 

Log onto the swamp today looking for how last night went, and the two stickyed threads 'gone'.

 

Happens a lot on there, if not good publicity things are disappeared, the paranoid fucks don't even have a search forum option lol :lol:

 

I assume a no show, he has a history of it, or only a handful of tickets sold.

 

* lolled at September dates of the Tour, Hunstanton on the 22nd.

 

He knows his audience........

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Just seen him talking to Gareth Southgate on the telly before the England game, looks healthier than he has for 15 years. 

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10 minutes ago, redrumours said:

Normal service has been resumed.

 

He will never change, he is too far down the road with his alcoholism and mental health problems, in reality he probably never really stopped drinking, might of just slowed down a bit. Gazza has had far more help than 99% of Alcoholics get and he is no nearer to beating his demons, he will eventually end up killing himself like George Best it is just a question of when not if which is sad but the newspapers and hangers on don't help him either constantly putting him in the spotlight. The sad thing is every man and his dog knows how the Gazza story will end but it could go on like this for years until his body finally packs in. Sad. 

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On 01/09/2018 at 06:39, bladan said:

Maradona dabbles more with cocaine that he does with alcohol

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5 hours ago, Phantom said:

Maradona dabbles more with cocaine that he does with alcohol

I always thought he was a dribbler.:)

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8 hours ago, Gooseberry Crumble said:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6196449/Growing-concern-former-England-ace-Paul-Gascoigne-appears-turn-drunk-event.html

 

Reported growing concerns for Paul Gascoigne as he appears to turn up drunk at a sporting event .

To be fair a sober Paul Gascoigne doesn't behave that much  differentely from a drunk one anyway so who can tell ! 

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Seems like the audience got their money's worth

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I think he’s probably got at least another 5 years or so left in him unless he has an accident. Most hardcore long-term alcoholics seem to die between 55-65 as George Best did. 

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13 hours ago, Deathrace said:

I think he’s probably got at least another 5 years or so left in him unless he has an accident. Most hardcore long-term alcoholics seem to die between 55-65 as George Best did. 

 

 

When the strong rumour about his death in a hotel went round a few years ago it didn't surprise anyone. 

 

Gazza's mental health issues and generally reckless behaviour make him a plethora of possible exit routes - 65 is highly ambitious.

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Gazza given interview were he states he is still drinking(no surprise) but that he can control his drinking now and he only has a couple, deluding himself as the only safe amount for him is none at all. Gazza would be first Alkie I know who can control there drinking when they are as badly addicted as him

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3 hours ago, Fergie86 said:

Gazza given interview were he states he is still drinking(no surprise) but that he can control his drinking now and he only has a couple, deluding himself as the only safe amount for him is none at all. Gazza would be first Alkie I know who can control there drinking when they are as badly addicted as him

 

He'll go on a very steep decline. I've only known a couple of people that were alcoholics that were able to achieve the ability to stop at just a couple of drinks. Most I know are in recovery and have not been able to touch a drop in all the years they quit. 

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Honestly think next year is the year he will kick the bucket. 

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10 minutes ago, Zefph said:

Honestly think next year is the year he will kick the bucket. 

Appreciate your honesty......

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12 minutes ago, ebless said:

 

"Concerns over health" is a pile of pish.

 

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