In The News15 Jan 2012
Windass will seek therapy after former Premier League star admits to suicide attempt
Dean Windass is trying to rebuild his life after admitting he tried to kill himself twice last week as booze and depression took over following his retirement.
The former Hull City striker, who scored the incredible play-off winner at Wembley four years ago in May, to take his home-town club into the top flight for the first time, will seek counselling at the Tony Adams Sporting Chance Clinic.
But he cannot check in until next month for his therapy sessions because the centre in London is fully booked with other former sportsmen and women who desperately need help for a range of problems.
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