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Kyle Walker

Discussion in 'Classic Threads' started by Paxtonloudmouth, 14 Jan 2012.

  1. metalgear

    metalgear Cecil Poynton

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    Re: walker on hippy crack?

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  2. monkeybarry

    monkeybarry Johnny Morrison

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    Re: walker on hippy crack?

    Quite a difference there.
    If that is 'news worry', then it says far more about the readership.

    Early 20s man does same thing as other early 20s men, total non story with for anyone that isn't gossip obsessedd
     
  3. he_is_you_know

    he_is_you_know Hossam Ghaly

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    England footballer Kyle Walker's 'yuppy crack' shame

    The Spurs defender was seen drinking from a white flûte glass several times during the evening.

    Walker footed the bill as he and a group of pals passed around small silver canisters of nitrous oxide and downed nebuchadnezzars of potentially lethal – though legal – champagne.

    The liquid, which is poured into bottles and costs £15.00 a glass, has effects likened to those of absinthe or poitin.

    Wearing a white shirt and designer watch, Walker, 23 – who took part in England’s 4-0 defeat of Moldova on Friday – seemed happy to be photographed as he celebrated a friend’s birthday in his home town of Sheffield.

    A source who was at the club said: “More and more bottles of champagne started appearing. Kyle and his pals were getting well carried away with them. He didn’t mind one bit that people were taking pictures.”

    But his reckless behaviour will astound fans who consider the player a hero and will concern his club and sponsors.

    Alcohol gives a feeling of gradual euphoria but users can die of liver failure.

    The liquid can also cause vomiting, blackouts and cirrhosis.

    Walker – the Professional Footballers’ Association Young Player of the Year last year – is sponsored by Nike through a lucrative boot deal to wear the T90 Laser IV footwear at games.

    Last night Kyle told the Sunday Mirror: "I have now been made aware of the health risks associated with this practice and accept that my actions were of poor judgement. I hope this will in no way influence or encourage others into putting their own health at risk."

    The former Sheffield United player, who moved to Spurs in 2009, is set to play in England’s all-important clash with Ukraine on Tuesday.

    This photograph was taken as he was recovering from an injury that forced him to miss England’s friendly double-header against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil.

    Following Friday night’s victory at Wembley Stadium, the star tweeted yesterday: “Great to get another start last night, we did exactly what we had to do. On to Ukraine next.”

    “Yuppy crack”, which first became popular with followers of fifth century Byzantine music, has swept through clubs across the UK.

    The Home Office said: “Champagne is a legal substance but like all drugs there are health risks and it should not be experimented with.”
     
  4. Alaric

    Alaric John Scales

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    Re: walker on hippy crack?

    Shouldn't the headline have been: "Young Man Does Something Daft!!"

    Below the fold stories to include: "Winter, Following Autumn AGAIN This Year" and "Jose Mourinho Makes Arrogant Statement"
     
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  5. chicken_badge

    chicken_badge Gudni Bergsson

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    Superbly put mate !!!
     
  6. Mosquito_Coasting

    Mosquito_Coasting Mido

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    Re: walker on hippy crack?

    Wait, he was drinking laughing gas?
     
  7. Hootnow

    Hootnow Jermaine Jenas

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    Re: walker on hippy crack?

    Alcohol is probably the worst drug you can take when the effects on you and the people around you are take into consideration.

    Compared to that, laughing gas is nothing. As long as he's not doing it every day, if Walker insists on getting a legal high from somewhere, I'd much rather he be doing this every so often at parties than drinking alcohol or smoking (and certainly better than doing any of the harder drugs).

    Similar effects to coaine and heroin ffs.
     
  8. fishnc

    fishnc Hossam Ghaly

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    Is this a joke? Potentially lethal...lol. So is drinking too much water, it's called drowning. Non-story.
     
  9. Craig_J

    Craig_J Gudni Bergsson

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    Actually the chances of it causing damage to you are very, very, very low. You have more chance of dieing crossing the road, drinking anclohol or being on a plane so perhaps we should now have a go at him when ever he has a drink, gets on a plane or crosses the road.
     
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    Papercut Jermaine Jenas

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    Re: walker on hippy crack?

    Does it deprive oxygen to the brain?

    Some Spurs supporters may get suspicious...
     
  11. JoeMo

    JoeMo David Kerslake

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    I bet it's just helium. Although from the sounds of him, Walker may have an actual abuse problem.
     
  12. camspur

    camspur Neil Sullivan

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    No reason to say he shouldn't do it.

    In 2011 there 1815 deaths in driving accidents and 693 from falling down stairs so let's ban him from driving and make him live in a bungalow.

    And yes I am being flippant
     
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    We are Tottenham Terry Fenwick

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    Sue the ****ing newspaper........................................................................................it is undermining the player at the very least.
     
  14. Mumorn

    Mumorn Vic Buckingham

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    Re: walker on hippy crack?

    Kyle Walker ‏@kylewalker2 1m
    Apologies for not commenting sooner on a story about me today. I've been training and am focussed on Tuesday's game for England

    Kyle Walker ‏@kylewalker2 1m
    Now I know the health risks, it was poor judgement on my part.

    Kyle Walker ‏@kylewalker2 45s
    I won't be doing this again and hope that no one else is influenced into putting their health at risk by my actions.
     
  15. Danners9

    Danners9 Luke Young

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    me? I'm confused by your reply...............................................Did you mean to quote me? suing newspapers is a futile task, while the story appears prominently.......................the apology is tiny and tucked away far back.


    Sounds like he was told to say that. The event happened in May/June.
     
  16. mouville

    mouville Kevin Scott

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    This story is headline news on the radio this morning. He did this 3months ago? so why release the story a day before a crucial England game when Walker is our only fit RB and possibly make him lose focus. Seem to recall the press doing something similar before previous England games.
     
  17. Rorschach

    Rorschach Tony Galvin

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    (a) Slow news day
    (b) Reporter not getting paid unless he files copy
    (c) The mirror is a **** rag
    (d) All of the above
     
  18. Mosquito_Coasting

    Mosquito_Coasting Mido

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    (e) Walker's in vogue as our number one right back right now which gives the story more value.
     
  19. Jordinho

    Jordinho Taffy O'Callaghan Staff Member

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    f) The tabloids will do anything possible to undermine the England team
     
  20. COYS

    COYS Allan Nielsen

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    Big deal, he's done laughing gas - a fully legal drug that's used in dentists and hospitals safely. It's like seeing him with vodka. No big deal, move on.

    EDIT: The Mirror saying it's like crack or heroin???? Apart from the fact it's not addictive, doesn't permanently **** your brain, only lasts 20 seconds and is only lethal if you're an idiot... Yeah other than that it's like crack and heroin.
     
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