Brett Seymour battle: Dean Windass lends support to depressed Hull FC star
HULL City legend Dean Windass has lent his support to troubled rugby league star Brett Seymour.
Last year, Windass twice tried to take his own life after suffering depression and was also caught drink- driving in October.
He is now recovering having spent time at the Sporting Chance Clinic.
He said: "No doubt, he has been suffering for a while but when you come out and admit the problem, that is the first step.
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"When my issues finally came out in the open, it was a big weight off my shoulders.
"Having people standing by Brett is a big plus. In my case, I kept everything inside, which is the worst thing you can do. The support of the fans and those in the city was a big help and I'm sure it will be for Brett too.
Dean is offering to support Brett in his recovery.
He said: "He can give me a ring any time and I will meet up with him.
"I know what it's like and I can give him some advice."
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