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2021-11-30T18:36:24.682Z

The former Englishman has died at the age of 70 after suffering from Parkinson's for the past 35 years. Won five championships and three European Cups



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Ray Kennedy, one of the greatest Liverpool players of all time, passed away

The former Englishman has died at the age of 70 after suffering from Parkinson's for the past 35 years.

Won five championships and three European Cups

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Tuesday, November 30, 2021, 7:40 p.m.

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Former Liverpool player Ray Kennedy passed away today (Tuesday) at the age of 70 after suffering from Parkinson's disease for 35 years.

Kennedy was one of the big stars of the Mighty Reds in the 70s and 80s, and won with her five times the English Championship and three more times the European Championship.

In addition, Win Relationship / striker once in the UEFA Cup with Liverpool and more time UEFA Super Cup. Also, he played Kennedy five seasons at Arsenal, the media first played in the top league in England, and won her championship one cup each.



When arriving at Liverpool changed the position of the Canadian pioneer During his time at Mighty Reds, Kennedy was called up to the England squad for the first time and made 20 appearances in the media. Liverpool, and in the 1981 semi-final against Bayern Munich, which helped his teammates reach the final thanks to foreign goals.

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"One of Liverpool's greatest players, and certainly the least appreciated."

Kennedy (Photo: GettyImages, Getty Images)

After his time at Liverpool, Kennedy continued to play for Swansea, Hartlepool but was forced to retire in 1986 after being diagnosed with Parkinson's.

Liverpool and Arsenal held a tribute ceremony for him in a game between the two at the home game of the Gunners at Highbury Stadium in 1991, when Paisley wrote of him: "I think he is one of the greatest players in the history of Liverpool, and certainly the least appreciated."

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