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Mark Fish's ex wife (warning, pic included)

edited October 2012 in Not Sports Related
Is a loon I reckon. I remember her in Africa's footballers wives. and dont even bother with Would Ya.

Anyway she has a written a book "Walking in my choos". I think it might be a painful read for Fish. Interesting about the drugs accusations.

http://www.citypress.co.za/Entertainment/News/Sex-sports-and-scandal-20121027

http://www.dispatch.co.za/take-a-walk-in-loui-fishs-choos/





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  • Fish has been called many things – social butterfly, party animal, sex kitten, flirt, and cougar.

    Her book gives insight into her childhood exploits, spills all the juicy details of the high-flying life of drugs, violence and infidelity, but also tries to tell her story of how she’s doing her best to be a good mother to her children.



    A mother to two boys aged 11 and 14, Fish said she wasn’t worried about the effects the book would have on her children as she wanted them to know the truth.

    “The book is an open letter to the children really,” she said.


    sounds like a lovely lady
  • I think there was a lot more to the falling through the glass table story.
  • edited October 2012
    clearly the best way to let your kids know about your history...in a book which will be read by people they may know & complete strangers....stupid cow.
  • I think there was a lot more to the falling through the glass table story.

    You think or you heard from someone ITK?
  • Well i doubt he has someone ITK but a lot of us thought the same at the time.
  • sounds like a bit of a bunny boiler to me
  • she is interesting to follow on twitter! She did send me a message on the day we got promoted to say she had "too much love for you guys" and for Chris Powell.

    Not sure what kind of love now!
  • Fish has been called many things – social butterfly, party animal, sex kitten, flirt, and cougar.

    Her book gives insight into her childhood exploits, spills all the juicy details of the high-flying life of drugs, violence and infidelity, but also tries to tell her story of how she’s doing her best to be a good mother to her children.



    A mother to two boys aged 11 and 14, Fish said she wasn’t worried about the effects the book would have on her children as she wanted them to know the truth.

    “The book is an open letter to the children really,” she said.


    sounds like a lovely lady

    sounds like a lovely lady Female
  • Used to live in a flat in the same road as them. She was an absolute sort.

    Would reduce me to tears as i'd walk out into the rain of a morning and see Mark Fish leaving his mansion, head to toe in his Charlton tracksuit, kissing the stunner goodbye before hopping into his Ferrari and heading off to training whilst I would be hobbling up the hill to get the packed train to whichever labouring/ temping job I was doing at the time whilst deleting texts from absolute munters met the previous week.

    Bit of a lucky dip life innit.
  • Used to live in a flat in the same road as them. She was an absolute sort.

    Would reduce me to tears as i'd walk out into the rain of a morning and see Mark Fish leaving his mansion, head to toe in his Charlton tracksuit, kissing the stunner goodbye before hopping into his Ferrari and heading off to training whilst I would be hobbling up the hill to get the packed train to whichever labouring/ temping job I was doing at the time whilst deleting texts from absolute munters met the previous week.

    Bit of a lucky dip life innit.

    Sure is mate! Well put.
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  • Used to live in a flat in the same road as them. She was an absolute sort.

    Would reduce me to tears as i'd walk out into the rain of a morning and see Mark Fish leaving his mansion, head to toe in his Charlton tracksuit, kissing the stunner goodbye before hopping into his Ferrari and heading off to training whilst I would be hobbling up the hill to get the packed train to whichever labouring/ temping job I was doing at the time whilst deleting texts from absolute munters met the previous week.

    Bit of a lucky dip life innit.

    Lol
  • Aint still got the munters numbers have you mate ??
  • A Nutter!
  • On the subject of Footballers & Autobiographies, extract from former Everton player Andy Van der Meyde's due out this week, quite an interesting read.





    Andy Van Der Meyde has sensationally revealed how sex, drugs and booze destroyed his Everton career and almost killed him all in an astonishing autobiography due out this week.


    It all began in a Brussels hotel where he met Moyes.

    Van der Meyde, 33, admitted: “They offered me £30,000 a week — more than double my pay at Inter Milan.”

    The midfielder was quick to sign and quick to spend his mega wages. He confessed: “I bought a Ferrari and first stop was the News Bar, a popular place in Liverpool.

    “After a couple of hours of alcohol I drove to the nearest strip club.

    “Getting drunk in a strip club in the middle of Liverpool was not very smart. But I had a strong longing for naked women.

    “I saw a brunette and I wanted to have sex with her. But after I’d had sex with Lisa once I was addicted, she was wild, crazy and horny.”

    The affair cost him his marriage as wife Diana hired a private detective.

    He said: “They put a tracker in my car so it didn’t take ‘Sherlock’ long to find me.

    “He made lots of pictures and films of us, even when we had sex. Diana phoned and asked if my new girlfriend was nice and if she was good (in bed). Two days later I had to say goodbye to my daughters Isabella and Purple — I could have punched myself in the face.”

    The Dutchman then went completely off the rails.

    He said: “In the world Lisa lived it was pretty usual to drink a lot and use cocaine.”

    It was soon his world, too.

    But Van der Meyde claimed his first experience with drugs was his girlfriend’s 26th birthday.

    He said: “We went to Lisa’s favourite restaurant and met up with her friends and family. Suddenly I felt nauseous but I’d only had two beers so it couldn’t be alcohol.

    “I threw up and my puke was blood and red clots, very scary. I passed out and woke up in hospital. They said probably some guys put some drug in my beer.

    “I had to go to David Moyes and he fined me £30,000 because Everton have a rule that you can’t be seen in any bar or club two days before a game.”

    It was the first of a series of run-ins.

    In March 2007 Lisa had a baby but a serious bowel disorder meant a long-term stay in hospital.

    So Van der Meyde was reluctant to go on Everton’s pre-season tour to the USA.

    He explained: “Moyes gave me permission to stay in England but let me know he was not happy.”

    He was even unhappier when the Dutchman refused to join Ipswich on loan.

    Van der Meyde said: “Moyes was sick to the stomach that he had to pay me £30,000 a week yet in two years I didn’t even play 20 matches. He said he had a club for me.

    “But my daughter was still in hospital and Ipswich was a five-hour drive. Moyes never said more than 10 words to me ever again. He did everything to try to break me.

    “At West Ham I was 19th man and got a ticket for the stands. I just walked out still in my Everton kit and got a cab back to Liverpool.

    “For a home game with Middlesbrough I spent 90 minutes on the bench and was p***ed off. At Everton, players who don’t play have a training session at the end of the game. But I didn’t go on the pitch.

    “Moyes said: ‘What are you doing?’ I said: ‘I’m going home.’ Moyes replied: ‘No, you have to do your training.’

    “I said: ‘You can stick it.’ Moyes grabbed me by the throat and screamed: ‘You are going to do your training.’

    “I said: ‘Go on hit me, hit me!’ Steam was coming out of Moyes’ ears but he let me go and two minutes later he gave me his hand and apologised.”

    Van der Meyde also clashed with Everton skipper Phil Neville. The Dutchman explained: “He was Moyes’ pet so I picked on him a lot. I think he told everything that was going on to the boss and that’s why he was captain, he was a snitch.

    “It is a complete joke he played more than 250 games for Manchester United and almost 60 games for England.”

    The former Ajax ace had no platform to criticise Neville, though, as his own life was in freefall.

    He recalled: “After one wild night out in Manchester I had a whole bottle of rum. I got into the car and drove straight to training.

    “But I could hold my liquor and in the bleep test that day I did my best time ever.”

    His private life was his worst time ever.

    He said: “Because of the constant fighting with Lisa, the illness of my daughter and the b******t at the club I developed sleeping problems.

    “I was going through lots of bottles of wine and Bacardi and because I never got tired I started taking sleeping pills to get my night’s rest.

    “Soon I couldn’t sleep without popping a pill — I was addicted. The pills were pretty heavy, the kind you only get with a doctor’s prescription. So I stole them from the office of the club doctor and no one noticed, for more than two years I stole those pills.”

    Those two years saw Van der Meyde spiral further out of control.

    He said: “The worry about my daughter determined my last two years at Everton.

    “I wasn’t able to focus on the Premier League or the world around it. Going out became an even bigger part of my life.”

    Things really hit rock bottom when his Goodison deal ran out in 2009.

    He added: “My buddies had the solution — cocaine. I took cocaine and liquor and in Liverpool you can party seven nights a week.

    “It is a life-threatening city if you can’t put up your own boundaries. I realised Liverpool could become my death so I had to leave.”

    Van der Meyde is back in Holland and has cleaned up his act. He hopes to return to football soon and is taking his UEFA coaching badges.
  • lol those dutch know how to party!

    what a wrongen.
  • That's why you should stay away from drugs kids.
  • Always thought Neville looked like a grass
  • And to think he called one of his kids Purple before getting involved in drugs !!!
  • Shag said:

    Aint still got the munters numbers have you mate ??


    Ha ha fraid not mate.
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  • Hell hath no fury like a woman stoned
  • Thanks for that SE10, opened this thread at work. Can we start putting warnings on threads if there are going to be images like that?
  • Is that Mrs Fish ? .. trouble is, you see one beautifully titted, slender, shapely, raven haired pouting beauty dressed in Bondara's finest and with the old pearl necklarse strategically dangled for maximum impact .. and you've see em all
  • NSFW
  • SE10 said:

    She's alright....




    image

    Good lord!
  • yeh thanks, cant open it myself and i started it. although i have done while boss down the corridor.
  • Is she on the bog ?
  • Edited it,

    Apologies.
  • Is she in the Red Division?

  • Is she in the Red Division?

    That's a rather personal question.

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