What Is Wrong With Chris Kamara Speech?
Chris Kamara, a former football player for Leeds United and Bradford City, has disclosed that he offered to leave his new ITV program due to recent health concerns. Chris recently revealed that he has apraxia of speech, which has caused him to take a break from Sky Sports and leave on Saturday after more than 20 years on the program.
Kamara also said he wanted to leave his most recent ITV program, The Games, but TV executives persuaded him to stay. At the show's premiere, Chris addressed his decision to leave and thanked the ITV staff for pleading with him to stay.
He will collaborate with veteran pundit Simon Brotherton. When he first started his broadcasting career in the late 1990s, they collaborated on BBC Radio 5 Live.
After fans realized Kamara was slurring his words on TV last month, he later stated that his neurological ailment made it difficult for him to speak. Speech apraxia results from improper communication owing to brain injury.