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Just seen someone post this from his Facebook page.

 

Hello all. I have logged into Robs account to let you all know that he hads Meningitis and has lost his sight for a while, there is a fair chance that he will be blind for the rest of his life. He wishes you all well and says he will speak to you as and when he can.

 

 

Bad news that, I loved him talking about boxing on here and he makes me laugh. I hope he makes a very quick recovery.

 

 

I know he left here, and the circumstances in which he left. I hope it is not brought into this thread. Just thought I'd post it, as like me, I know a lot on here have a lot of time for him.

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Absolutely NOTHING more important than your health. Pray that his sight is restored and he returns to good health.

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It is terrible, terrible news. I liked him a lot, and even though he got very angry towards the end of his time here I always had him down as one of the good guys. I can't think of much worse than losing your sight. Well, ok I can, but you know what I mean.

 

On the other hand, at least he won't be able to see anything bad we write about him on here now!

 

(Sorry Rob, but I know you will laugh at that)

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Have we established if Ant's dog has an alibi or if this is part of a wider revenge campaign by the canine mastermind?

 

Tough break that. Ill health is a cunt. I don't fear death one bit, I do fear losing my health.

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That's terrible, he was absolutely hilarious on here and a fountain of knowledge on boxing. Hope things get easier for him and that he makes a full recovery.

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Shit that's awful. Have kept in touch with him on Facebook since he left here. Hope he recovers sharpish.

 

He didn't leave - he was banned.

 

This is horrible news; paddyberger15 is one of the good guys.

 

Get well soon fella (not that you'll be reading this, mind).

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