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RIP Jeremy Wisten 21:11 - Oct 25 with 728 viewsMullet



Depression is a ****. Poor lad.

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RIP Jeremy Wisten on 21:13 - Oct 25 with 693 viewsjeera

That's terrible.

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RIP Jeremy Wisten on 21:18 - Oct 25 with 677 viewsPJH

That's heartbreaking.
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RIP Jeremy Wisten on 21:37 - Oct 25 with 631 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

Being released must be so difficult to deal with, especially from a club like City.

Even more difficult if you have mental health struggles.

RIP.

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RIP Jeremy Wisten on 20:29 - Oct 26 with 283 viewsMullet

This just makes me feel so sad for his family hearing their words like this. https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/we-miss-him

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RIP Jeremy Wisten on 20:32 - Oct 26 with 273 viewsNthsuffolkblue

RIP Jeremy Wisten on 21:37 - Oct 25 by Marshalls_Mullet

Being released must be so difficult to deal with, especially from a club like City.

Even more difficult if you have mental health struggles.

RIP.


Clubs must have a responsibility to do all they can to support those being released (and probably do this very well in the most part) but I suppose there are some who have not seen anything beyond their dream of professional football.

Terribly sad.

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RIP Jeremy Wisten on 21:02 - Oct 26 with 228 viewsjeera

RIP Jeremy Wisten on 20:29 - Oct 26 by Mullet

This just makes me feel so sad for his family hearing their words like this. https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/we-miss-him


Reading that makes the people involved more real.

When you see bad news you sympathise, but there is still that distance.

When you read his family's words, see photos of the young chap and hear about his aspirations, a whole picture emerges of a real person who was struggling, and the helplessness of those who loved him.

Don't know what to say, it must be so awful for his family.

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