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Ray of Hope By Andrew J. Lees

Ray of Hope
by Andrew J. Lees

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A biography of Ray Kennedy, Arsenal, Liverpool and England professional footballer. At the age of 35 he was diagnosed as having Parkinson's disease. The book is written by Andrew Lees, Kennedy's neurosurgeon.
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Ray of Hope: The Ray Kennedy Story by Andrew J. Lees

On November 4, 1984, former England footballer Ray Kennedy was told he had Parkinson's disease. At the age of 35, a glittering career that had earned him 17 England caps, a League and Cup double with Arsenal in the 1970-71 season and a record number of Championship medals with Liverpool during the 1970s, was over. Written with Ray Kennedy's neurologist and close friend, Dr Andrew Lees, this book recalls triumphs on the pitch, and tells how the strength and determination which made Kennedy such a feared and respected striker, have helped him to come to terms with a terrible tragedy.

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Ray of Hope: The Ray Kennedy Story by Andrew J. Lees
Andrew J. Lees
Used - Very Good
Penguin Books Ltd
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