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Clarke Carlisle 16:29 - Dec 22 with 13389 viewsFondles

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*deleted* on 17:39 - Dec 22 with 8396 viewsChaffRAFC

Someone's said what you've said on Twitter. Hope it's not true but sympathies to the family of whoever it was.

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If I hadn't seen such riches, I could live with being poor

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*deleted* on 17:49 - Dec 22 with 8346 viewsRAFCBLUE

Man hit by vehicle and transferred to Leeds General with life threatening injuries.

http://m.yorkpress.co.uk/news/11681760.Man_suffers_life_threatening_injuries_in_

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*deleted* on 20:52 - Dec 22 with 7670 viewsPDIDDY

Meant to be press conference from Leeds hospital at 9-30

Gissa job

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*deleted* on 21:21 - Dec 22 with 7522 viewsnordenblue

*deleted* on 20:52 - Dec 22 by PDIDDY

Meant to be press conference from Leeds hospital at 9-30


Doesn't sound good diddy does it?
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*deleted* on 21:22 - Dec 22 with 7519 viewsDale_Mike

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2884045/Clarke-Carlisle-fighti
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*deleted* on 21:55 - Dec 22 with 7167 viewsPDIDDY

*deleted* on 21:21 - Dec 22 by nordenblue

Doesn't sound good diddy does it?


Not good, feel for his family and the poor lorry driver tbh

Gissa job

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Clarke Carlisle on 22:45 - Dec 22 with 6754 viewsdalenumber2

It has just been reported on the north west news that the injuries are now not thought to be life threatening. Let's hope he can make a good recovery.
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Clarke Carlisle on 22:52 - Dec 22 with 6713 viewsSandyman

On the BBC now

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/30583740

Best wishes to all concerned
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Clarke Carlisle on 23:09 - Dec 22 with 6627 viewsSuddenLad

He has apparently suffered ' life changing' but not 'life threatening' injuries.

Hope he can come out of this in relatively good shape. Fingers crossed for him.

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realise how close they were to success when they gave up.”

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Clarke Carlisle on 23:23 - Dec 22 with 6581 viewsFondles

Was hoping I was not right. Horrible to think what could have been going through his head
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Clarke Carlisle on 11:54 - Dec 23 with 6093 viewstazzydjr

Look's like the Football Rehab Centre's aren't doing enough when it comes to leaving the beautiful game

Hope Carlisle has a speedy recovery
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Clarke Carlisle on 12:09 - Dec 23 with 6070 viewsmacro

Clarke Carlisle on 11:54 - Dec 23 by tazzydjr

Look's like the Football Rehab Centre's aren't doing enough when it comes to leaving the beautiful game

Hope Carlisle has a speedy recovery
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The injuries are described as life changing which suggests they're very serious

Nice edit taz
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Clarke Carlisle on 14:20 - Dec 23 with 5856 viewsSuddenLad

Clarke Carlisle on 12:09 - Dec 23 by macro

The injuries are described as life changing which suggests they're very serious

Nice edit taz
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His wife, Gemma says that Clark Carlisle is 'stable' but 'very poorly' in hospital.

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realise how close they were to success when they gave up.”

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Clarke Carlisle on 08:21 - Dec 24 with 5517 viewssweetcorn

Clarke Carlisle on 11:54 - Dec 23 by tazzydjr

Look's like the Football Rehab Centre's aren't doing enough when it comes to leaving the beautiful game

Hope Carlisle has a speedy recovery
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Here we go! Don't think theres anything to suggest that this was in anyway related to his well documented depression.

What more would you suggest could be done tazzy for players who are leaving the game after living such a hard life of making money most could only dream of, all whilst playing a game many of us PAY ourselves to play at weekend, never mind being paid for the privilege of doing so.

Just imagine how depressed he'd be if he'd retired from playing amateur football if he had to be up at 5 most mornings to do a bit of graft through the day.

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Clarke Carlisle on 08:28 - Dec 24 with 5487 viewsFondles

Tis strange this is still labed an accident.
Without trying to get the site in trouble legally...
There aint any footpath on that particular point of the A64 & to be honest you never see folk walking down A64.
Unless he fell off the bridge directly above where he was hit.

If its just the press having respect by not labeling it something else, then its the first time for everything.
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Clarke Carlisle on 08:29 - Dec 24 with 5486 viewsHK_Dale

Clarke Carlisle on 08:21 - Dec 24 by sweetcorn

Here we go! Don't think theres anything to suggest that this was in anyway related to his well documented depression.

What more would you suggest could be done tazzy for players who are leaving the game after living such a hard life of making money most could only dream of, all whilst playing a game many of us PAY ourselves to play at weekend, never mind being paid for the privilege of doing so.

Just imagine how depressed he'd be if he'd retired from playing amateur football if he had to be up at 5 most mornings to do a bit of graft through the day.


Sounds like you are assuming that wealth prevents depression and/or depression is something that is caused by unhappiness?

Depression isn't just about being unhappy. Just because he has made a lot of money playing football, doesn't mean he isn't going to suffer from depression, there is no causation.

I don't think the support needed is just about footballers in this case but more needs to be done to support people with depression generally.
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Clarke Carlisle on 10:29 - Dec 24 with 5340 viewsD_Alien

Clarke Carlisle on 08:29 - Dec 24 by HK_Dale

Sounds like you are assuming that wealth prevents depression and/or depression is something that is caused by unhappiness?

Depression isn't just about being unhappy. Just because he has made a lot of money playing football, doesn't mean he isn't going to suffer from depression, there is no causation.

I don't think the support needed is just about footballers in this case but more needs to be done to support people with depression generally.


There is causation, it's just that science/medicine has yet to get to the root of it. It can be a genetic predisposition with a biochemical imbalance (see also post-natal depression), or it can be a series of life events or a combination of both. Some people suffer horrendous misfortune but remain generally upbeat.

But you're absolutely right to say that depression is no respecter of wealth, status, looks or ability. I just fear that the "life changing" injuries will leave him in an even worse state of mind than before.

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Clarke Carlisle on 11:00 - Dec 24 with 5294 viewsSuddenLad

Clarke Carlisle on 08:21 - Dec 24 by sweetcorn

Here we go! Don't think theres anything to suggest that this was in anyway related to his well documented depression.

What more would you suggest could be done tazzy for players who are leaving the game after living such a hard life of making money most could only dream of, all whilst playing a game many of us PAY ourselves to play at weekend, never mind being paid for the privilege of doing so.

Just imagine how depressed he'd be if he'd retired from playing amateur football if he had to be up at 5 most mornings to do a bit of graft through the day.


You clearly have absolutely no idea whatsoever about depression, its' causes or how it manifests itself.

it makes not a jot of difference about social status, individual or personal wealth, job satisfaction number of cars on the drive etc, etc. All are utterly irrelevant.

It is ridiculous and offensive to suggest that someone with a good job, nice house, smart car and fat bank balance is immune from depression.

Whatever the reason for Clark Carlisle's accident, we can only hope he recovers well and can resume a normal family life as soon as possible.

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realise how close they were to success when they gave up.”

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(No subject) (n/t) on 12:13 - Dec 24 with 5225 viewsJimmyRustler

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Clarke Carlisle on 12:13 - Dec 24 with 5219 viewsJimmyRustler

Part of the problem is that the word depression is banded about so casually these days. Depression is completely separate to feeling blue or down in the dumps. It's an incredibly complex illness (as are the majority concerning the functioning of the mind) and more needs to be done identifying it, treating it and providing the appropriate aftercare.
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Clarke Carlisle on 12:28 - Dec 24 with 5174 viewstazzydjr

Mental Health comes in many shapes or forms such as a example were you think the world is against you there can be many others such not liking the way you look in the mirror to were you see an entirely different person another could be seeing people who not there but ends up entirely controlling your though's and feeling's and one final one could be split personality one positive and one negative

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Clarke Carlisle on 13:59 - Dec 24 with 5073 viewssweetcorn

Can i have a consonant please carol, another and another. I'll have a Vowel please and another a consonant, a vowel please, a consonant and finally a consonant please carol.

CTPAEHITX

I can get an 8 letter word and it describes you perfectly sudden, pathetic.

How you can be depressed when you have such an easy life is beyond me, the lad would struggle in the real world.

Wish him a speedy recovery though.

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Clarke Carlisle on 14:07 - Dec 24 with 5055 viewsfrenzied

Clarke Carlisle on 11:00 - Dec 24 by SuddenLad

You clearly have absolutely no idea whatsoever about depression, its' causes or how it manifests itself.

it makes not a jot of difference about social status, individual or personal wealth, job satisfaction number of cars on the drive etc, etc. All are utterly irrelevant.

It is ridiculous and offensive to suggest that someone with a good job, nice house, smart car and fat bank balance is immune from depression.

Whatever the reason for Clark Carlisle's accident, we can only hope he recovers well and can resume a normal family life as soon as possible.


Sudden,,....nail on the head...
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Clarke Carlisle on 14:22 - Dec 24 with 5024 viewsborodale4

Clarke Carlisle on 08:21 - Dec 24 by sweetcorn

Here we go! Don't think theres anything to suggest that this was in anyway related to his well documented depression.

What more would you suggest could be done tazzy for players who are leaving the game after living such a hard life of making money most could only dream of, all whilst playing a game many of us PAY ourselves to play at weekend, never mind being paid for the privilege of doing so.

Just imagine how depressed he'd be if he'd retired from playing amateur football if he had to be up at 5 most mornings to do a bit of graft through the day.


Very very poor and uneducated about depression comment.
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Clarke Carlisle on 14:45 - Dec 24 with 4980 viewssweetcorn

Clarke Carlisle on 14:22 - Dec 24 by borodale4

Very very poor and uneducated about depression comment.


im actually an expert on it and know the cure, its called 'man up' generally administered using the cold side of your hand.

Leader of the little gang of immature cretins.

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