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Paul McGrath Showed Why He Is A True Irish Hero With Classy Tweet To PJ Gallagher

Paul McGrath Showed Why He Is A True Irish Hero With Classy Tweet To PJ Gallagher
By Colman Stanley Updated
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Paul McGrath showed once more why he is one of the most beloved sportsmen this country has ever produced, after sending a heartfelt tweet to comedian PJ Gallagher.
Gallagher has been vocal in the past about his struggles with mental health issues, and yesterday tweeted about his positive progress:
"Today is one year exactly since I was admitted into St Pats with mental illness. This pic in @radionova100
was the last one taken before I went in. Absolutely torn up inside and scared out of my shite of what was gonna happen next. Today I’ve never felt better in my life. Took the last tweet down because it all got a bit crazy. You’re all dead on and hilarious though. Thank you."
However, Conor McGregor chimed in with a nasty response, but Paul McGrath had Gallagher's back, and sent a tweet of his own to the comedian:

Pj take no notice of bullies, you’re loved by everyone. Whatever you do don’t let him get the better of ya pal  stay well Top Man 

"Ooh ah Paul McGrath, Ooh ah Paul McGrath!," Gallagher responded.

Paul McGrath Sends Classy Message To PJ Gallagher

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It is not the first time Gallagher has spoken about his struggles, and in a recent interview he detailed his history with the illness.

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"I’ve had bouts which were significant. I had one really bad bout when I was a teenager, and to be honest, that was dealt with at the time.

"It was the 90s so it was dealt with in a different way, first GP told me to put my runners on and get some exercise.

"It’s different now thankfully. After that, every so often waves would come but I knew what to do.

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"I’d go to the GP, take this SSRI meds and within a month or so I'd start to feel better. I’d a way of managing it so it was never a big deal.”

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