Tommy Trueblue was the much loved and respected mascot of Gillingham Football Club until disappearing sometime in 2014. Many rumours have been spread regarding his disappearance including being sold to Findus, being put down following a poor performance in the Grand National and even being kidnapped in a tit for tat revenge attack involving a tortoise. However it now appears that Tommy is grievously ill with severe head rot and is awaiting ground breaking transplant surgery.
We call on Mr Paul Scally, Chairman of Gillingham Football Club and Tommy's owner, to immediately make the funds available for the surgery Tommy desperately needs. His treatment should be at the very best veterinary hospital in Dubai so that once again Tommy can trot along the touch line at Priestfield Stadium.
The affect of this would be a boost to the morale of team and supporters so that we can gallop across the line to the Championship.