The current Wexford Senior hurling goalkeeping coach spoke openly about his battle with alcohol…
In a new feature video with The Sports Chronicle, renowned Wexford hurling goalkeeping coach Noel Considine speaks openly about his battle with openly.
“At the time, I was selling 12 cars a week, so I was on good money. I’d rock into the pub after work with nice clothes, a fancy car outside, loads of money. They loved to see me coming. I wasn’t able to drink pints by that stage. I’d be drinking eight vodkas for every small mixer bottle of coke. I’d go through three bottles of coke. That’s 24 vodkas, every night.”
“I’d do whatever I could to stay drinking, things I’m not proud of. I robbed. I stole. I sold jackets off my back. I sold watches, rings, medals. I don’t have my All-Ireland hurling medal,” Considine stated in the video.
Watch the full video below:
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