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A charity set up by a former England football team captain has urged professional sports organisations to re-evaluate their relationship with the UK gambling industry.
The head of the Sporting Chance Clinic, a service founded by ex-England and Arsenal defender Tony Adams, has said gambling addiction has become the most common addictive disorder it treats professional sports people for.
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