Everton fan Michael Cullen, better known as ‘Speedo Mick’, admits his battle with his own mental health inspired him to walk the length of the UK for charity. The diehard Evertonian has completed his seven-week trek from John O’Groats to Land’s End, already raising more than £340,000 for charity, with over 2,000 people at the finish line to greet him.’Speedo Mick’ completes charity trekSam Oldham discusses battle with mental healthFind out more about Sky SportsThe fundraiser admits he was speechless at the reception he received – but in an exclusive interview with Sky Sports, the 55-year-old revealed he has had to battle with overcoming his own mental health issues. “For a long time, I was out of the game – I’d lost myself,” Cullen said.”I’d been battling with mental health, addiction and homelessness. Having been through all that myself, the donations that have been given are all going to go towards these causes.”I’m in the process of registering my own charity to help young people suffering with mental health in the community. I’m just trying to give something back, basically. I’m trying to challenge myself as well.”Now I’m back in the game, and I want to challenge myself, give back… Read full this story
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