Chris Kamara has had to pull out of presenting UK’s Strongest Man due to his ongoing problems with apraxia of speech.
The 65-year-old former Sky Sports broadcaster has been battling the illness for the last year or so, and it seems he’s now decided he’s not in a fit enough condition to host the UK’s Strongest Man in this weekend’s event at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham.
He tweeted: “Due to my ongoing speech problems I have reluctantly pulled out of presenting this year’s UK’s Strongest Man. The show will be In Nottingham this weekend. If you fancy? Please go along – it’s spectacular.”
Kamara’s condition causes him to speak a lot more slowly and quietly than we’re used to from the bubbly pundit, who was hugely popular for many years at Sky Sports.
Everyone at CaughtOffside wishes Kammy all the best and we hope to see him back on our screens again as soon as possible!
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