“Liverpool legend” Ray Kennedy has passed away after a 35-year battle with Parkinson’s Disease.

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Kennedy played as a forward for Arsenal before moving to Liverpool as a left-sided midfielder.

Friends and fans of the footballer have taken to Twitter to react to the news of his death.

The Liverpool player scored 72 goals in 393 appearances for the club during at Anfield over seven and half years.

Ex Liverpool player, John Aldridge spoke about how “magnificent” Kennedy was.

TV Personality, Piers Morgan said Kennedy was one of his footballing heroes.

Twitter user Ged Rea said he was “truly gutted” with the news.

Twitter page, Football Remind, reflected on the football stats of the Liverpool player.

Twitter user, Jeff Goulding sent his thoughts to Ray’s family.

 

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