Chris Kamara has established himself as one of football’s best loved and most celebrated sports broadcasters, but has labelled himself as a ‘fraud’ when discussing his apraxia diagnosis.
The 64-year-old most famous for his professional playing career and 인터넷방송 years spent around the grounds as part of Soccer Saturday’s football round-up team has opened up on his condition.
Apraxia is a little-understood neurological condition that affects the body’s ability to perform natural motor functions, with many sufferers developing problems with speech.
Kamara was diagnosed with an underactive thyroid last year and has stepped away from the majority of his broadcasting roles due to the issue.
Opening up on his battle with his health, Kamara said that his speech problems have made him feel like a ‘fraud’ and admits he considered stepping away from all broadcasting work.
Chris Kamara has labelled himself as feeling like a ‘fraud’ following his battle with apraxia
The 64-year-old had to step back from the majority of his roles due to his speech condition