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Vinnie Jones opens up on still struggling with the tragic death of his wife Tanya


Vinnie Jones has opened up on his enduring struggle coping with the tragic death of his wife Tanya three years ago.

The hard man footballer-turned-actor, now 57, admits the loss of his ‘rock’ Tanya in 2019 after a six-year battle with skin cancer ‘still doesn’t feel real’ in an exclusive interview.

Speaking on the mental health platform Pub Talk produced by streaming service Mola and presented by former Arsenal star Ray Parlour and broadcaster Alan Brazil, Jones – one of the leaders of Wimbledon’s Crazy Gang who shook up English football in the 1990s with their aggressive play and wild off-pitch behaviour – also candidly discusses his alcoholism and having a ‘massive punch-up’ with Manchester United players. 

But is in discussing his grief for Tanya, who was 53 when she died, that Jones…



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