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Being diagnosed with motor neurone disease in March 2017 was hard, very hard. For almost a year, my wife Nadine and I kept it to ourselves. Thinking we could deal with this awful diagnosis without help, without support, without anybody finding out was a huge misjudgement.
Since going public with my diagnosis during a BBC Radio Lancashire interview in August 2018, the wealth of support that I have received has been overwhelming. The football "community" of former players and managers, and supporters has gathered together to help raise awareness and raise funds for myself and my family.
However, without the help and guidance from the Motor Neurone Disease Association, myself and many others like me would not have the opportunity to try to live as full a life as possible. They work tirelessly, and seemingly endlessly to provide help, and just as importantly, they continue to try to find a cure.
But this cannot be done without vital funds, so my aim, as well as raising awareness is to try to raise money in the hope that a cure can be found for this awful disease.
Hi Lenny, I have such fond memories of my time as an AP at BRFC and sharing a dressing room with such a great bunch of lads!
I did the 92second challenge iced foot challenge for Lenny hope my bit helps from a West Yorkshire claret
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