Tyson Fury needs help and support, says Mind chief executive Paul Farmer

Tyson Fury should be able to make the first steps on what may prove a long-road towards recovery with "high-quality clinical treatment", according to the chief executive of the mental health charity Mind.
In an interview with Rolling Stone published on Tuesday, Fury appeared to confirm reports he had tested positive for cocaine by discussing using ''lots of'' the drug. He also said he was uncertain if he will ''see the year out''.
The publication say that interview took place on Monday after he took to Twitter to announce his retirement, but before he back-tracked just three hours... read more

5 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 23
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