Book John Hartson

“People say I’m a fighter but I was only doing what came naturally, I’ve got so much to live for.”

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John Hartson born into a working class family from Swansea, South Wales rose to the top playing for two of the biggest football clubs in Great Britain, Arsenal and Celtic. John also represented and co-managed Wales with now manager Chris Coleman. In July 2009 John was diagnosed with testicular cancer which had spread to his brain, and later diagnosed as spread to his lungs, after intense treatment of chemotherapy John announced his body was cancer free and he had fought the terrible disease. Another battle John faced was a gambling addiction from a very early age but in 2011 John hit rock bottom and decided he needed help, after a lot of support John beat his addiction and has now been clean for over 5 years.

He is now an ambassador for Gamble Aware where he travels round the UK helping others fight the addiction. 

With his experiences in football, management and personal life he has now become one of the best motivational speakers in the industry. Through his stories he is able to leave an audience inspired and motivated to succeed no matter what hurdles they may come across. 

John now works as a pundit for the BBC and BT Sports, and also runs his own foundation helping others fight testicular cancer. He raises money through an annual golf day, a charity ball and has climbed Kilimanjaro five times. 

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