Liverpool lose one of their legends

Midfielder during the first three coronations of the Reds in C1, Ray Kennedy died, we learned on Tuesday.

Ray Kennedy is no more. The former Liverpool midfielder (against the Greens of Gérard Janvion, in the quarter-finals of C1 in 1977 – photo) died at 70, we learned on Tuesday. The English player suffered from Parkinson’s disease.

The ex-midfielder won the first three C1 in the history of the Reds (1977, 1978, 1981), which was called the European Cup of Champion Clubs at the time, when only the winner of the Championship was entitled to participate.

Ray Kennedy, also winner of the 1976 UEFA Cup and five national crowns, made 393 appearances for Liverpool between 1974 and 1981, scoring 72 goals.

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