George Best

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#4
Buggrim !

Olly Reed drank more for longer & on his original issue of liver & kidneys.




(Why did that last bit sound like a recipie ?)
 
#5
right george best sweepstake. I have 3rd of june 2008
 
#6
Thebull140 said:
right george best sweepstake. I have 3rd of june 2008
too much time... with his current ailment I reckon one good, cold winter would see him off. I'll take 14 Feb 2006 (I'll allow him a couple of weeks to linger...)

lancslad
 
#7
timebandit said:
He's fu**ed this time and he deserves it!!
Agreed, but without the sad face. I find him a thoroughly unpleasant man who has taken the piss since the transplant that saved his life - what a kick in the teeth for the family of the donor. He was a decent footballer a long time ago, all he's done since then is drink, be unfaithful and indulge in little marital fisticuffs - I don't wish anyone dead but neither will I be praying for an extended time on Earth for him.
 
#8
wont be missed by me, waste of space and the transplant should have gone to somebody more worthy
 
#11
But he did come up with a great quote " I've spent most of my money on Birds, Booze and Gambling - the rest I wasted"

Top drills.
 
#13
I agree what a waste of a transplant!! I think this Xmas will be his last. He has totally ignored the advice of the medical staff and therefore deserves every thing thats coming to him.
 
#14
As someone who had a problem with drink in the past I think that, although he was lucky enough to get a liver transplant, there was no brain transplant! Believe me, alcohol is no respecter of common sense or intelligence. I wish him the best of luck.
 
#15
I'm banking on him kicking the bucket tommorow morning, waste of a transplant.
 
#16
Thebull140 said:
right george best sweepstake. I have 3rd of june 2008
I apologise it appears i was drunk last night and talking complete bollocks and have absolutely no recollection of writing this drivel. I mean 2008 like he's going to make it that long. stick me down for the 24th of october. I reckon he'll get better then go have a big blow out and end it.
 
#17
as much as alcoholism is an illness that takes time and will power to overcome, throwing this opportunity away is just a disgrace there are many more deserving (possibly) people out there!
 
#18
An icon, if you like football, otherwise a drunken tw*t like so many we seem to have met on our journeys using public transport across GB. Certainly a waste of a transplant, I am only glad he is at the Cromwell rather than taking up an NHS bed. I give him until November 5th - the loud noises might finish him.
 
#19
DozyBint said:
I find him a thoroughly unpleasant man who has taken the piss since the transplant that saved his life - what a kick in the teeth for the family of the donor. He was a decent footballer a long time ago, all he's done since then is drink, be unfaithful and indulge in little marital fisticuffs - I don't wish anyone dead but neither will I be praying for an extended time on Earth for him.
Exactly to the point and very true. I'ld say early January after all the free-flowing booze at Christmas and New Year celebrations.... 10th January to be exact, 1400hrs.
 
#20
Not a fan of the man, but still wish him well.

Alchoholism IS a problem that some can never beat. As for the waste of a donor organ, the decision to offer it to him would have been made by someone. Perhaps their decision was influenced by who he was but you can hardly blame him for that.
 

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