Clarke Carlisle's wife has revealed her anguish after the former footballer went missing days before an event in Solihull last week. The 37-year-old, who made more than 500 appearances for nine clubs during his playing career, was scheduled to appear at a mental health charity event at Solihull Moors last night (Thursday). The ex-professional footballer was reported missing last Friday amid concerns over his well-being, reports the MEN.
At least 13 new victims have been identified in the sex abuse scandal at Premier League club Chelsea. The Mirror previously told how ex-striker Gary Johnson was paid £50,000 “hush money” after Eddie Heath, the West London club’s former chief scout, abused him as a teenager. An internal inquiry has now identified 13 other potential victims. Heath targeted Gary up to three times a week when he was in the youth team and it is feared he may have had links to others in a child sex ring.
The heavily pregnant wife of former footballer Clarke Carlisle has told for the first time of her pain when he went missing. Carrie Carlisle, 33, waited by the phone as police hunted for the former Burnley, QPR and Leeds star, who has a history of mental illness. An agonising 12 hours passed before he was found in Liverpool last week. Carrie warned mental health care in the UK was “inadequate” after her husband – who threw himself in front of a lorry three years ago – went missing.
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