Recently declared bankrupt after a string of disastrous investments, the
one-time multi-millionaire Premier League defender has, in his own words, gone
"to ground" since being jettisoned by Australia coach Ange Postecoglou before
the 2014 World Cup.
Postecoglou excruciatingly details the awkward telephone conversation in
which he cut short Neill's 96-cap Soceroos career in his recently published book
Changing The Game and Neill, true to his word, has changed all his contact
numbers and become almost invisible since to all those but his closest friends
"The guy has given so much and I am sure the door is open for him to get
involved again and maybe he needs a new challenge," said Socceroos great
Lazaridis, who reluctantly called time on his own career at the age of 35.Neill,
now living with his partner and twin children in the Lancashire countryside near
Purechaos gold one of his former clubs Blackburn Rovers, was 36 and
struggling for game ace 16
purecontrol time in England's second tier when Postecoglou made his
While acknowledging that Neill may well be suffering from depression as he
searches for a post-football panacea, Lazaridis added:"There are so many doors
that can still open for him but right now he probably doesn't want to step
through any of them and he may be suffering depression or something like
"When I left the game I had that feeling of 'what am I going to superfly
mercurial v cr7 black do now?' and I'd be lying if I said I didn't
feel pretty low for a while.
"Football was all I knew. You wake X 16+
Purechaos black up every morning and train. You have your chicken
and pasta and my body fat was below 10 per cent.
"Then, all ACE
16.1 Primeknit of a sudden, 35 years comes around and it all stops.
The trouble is you still have 40 or 50 years of living to do.
"Maybe a similar feeling is running through Lucas's head right now."