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grimsby pete
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If we knew ' anything ' then perhaps we would be more sympathetic? If all we get told is that he is stressed from playing pro football then boo hoo try getting a job down docks!


If you knew anything about stress you would not have posted that mate,

Millionaires , premiership footballers, Actors suffer with depression,

It does not have any boundaries to where it goes,



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.Christ, who needs enemies when you've got friends like this!
ffs he's been signed off with stress. people do suffer with stress/depression/anxiety attacks/depression/mental illness believe it or not, and just because he is a professional footballer doesn't make him immune. In fact i think there are certain studies which suggest that sports people may be more susceptible to mental trauma.
leave the bloke alone, he's done us no harm at all and i'm sure many of us will remember him fondly. i hope he's given space and time to recover and comes back a happier more contented person.


Well said mate.


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If you knew anything about stress you would not have posted that mate,

Millionaires , premiership footballers, Actors suffer with depression,

It does not have any boundaries to where it goes,



Well said Pete


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Serious question then guys n gals. How do you know when you are suffering with stress? Sometimes i think i am ill with it and worry wether it's work or money problems or the kids etc but i crack on and keep it to myself until things sort themselves out so where is the border?


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Serious question then guys n gals. How do you know when you are suffering with stress? Sometimes i think i am ill with it and worry wether it's work or money problems or the kids etc but i crack on and keep it to myself until things sort themselves out so where is the border?


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Serious question then guys n gals. How do you know when you are suffering with stress? Sometimes i think i am ill with it and worry wether it's work or money problems or the kids etc but i crack on and keep it to myself until things sort themselves out so where is the border?


Give this webpage a read (contains an "Am I Stressed?" section) - http://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/stress-guide/#.VMEmOqPVRK1


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Bet Hurst can't wait to sign an ex York full back. He bloody loves that sort of thing!


Jamal Fyfield is already halfway down the A180


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My understanding is this only applies if he becomes a free agent during the window. If he is still registered with us after deadline day then he is not free to sign for anyone


Mine too.

If we release him during the transfer window, he can sign for another club after the window closes, because he would've been a free agent when the window closed.

If he is released after the window closes he cannot sign/play for another team until the transfer window (permanent window, not loan window) opens again when the season is finished.


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Serious question then guys n gals. How do you know when you are suffering with stress? Sometimes i think i am ill with it and worry wether it's work or money problems or the kids etc but i crack on and keep it to myself until things sort themselves out so where is the border?


Serious reply , if you go to the Dr and he signs you off , the last thing an employer wants to see on the sick note is stress . It opens up a can of worms and can lead to serious implications  for the company . I have had dealings with this while at work with the union , difficult decisions  when you know   the person involved was playing a game with the company but you have to represent them and get a good deal for them . Long story but got him a deal , got paid off ,unable to perform  his job or drive . Still grates on me , 4 weeks later he was working as an undertakers assistant driving and carrying coffins .
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