Unfortunately today, Gordon McQueen only shines.
While a young England defender had to leave his career at the age of 19 due to a header, former Leeds and Manchester United pride Gordon McQueen was diagnosed with dementia, possibly due to a head double during his career.
“He had some unforgettable experiences playing for Scotland, Manchester United and Leeds United, and has recently learned a lot from his coaching and television. Football has allowed him to travel the world and has experiences such Those he can only dream of. But he wants other footballers of the current generation to know that there can be risks to head constancy. ” In a press release explained the family of the guards 1970–1980.
Try not to spend precious time with late fathers when heart breaks, but to stay positive and raise awareness of vascular dementia as a family. It is a cruel disease but recently both helped a lot @ PFA And @ Fa Thanks for the support messages already here https://t.co/fPhVEXJN0b pic.twitter.com/lmV1TGZknG
– Haley MCQUEEN (@HayleyMcQueen) 23 February, 2021
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