A bit of a local legend, Kevin Keegan needs no introduction! We are beyond honoured to announce that Mr Keegan has joined our passionate group of patrons and is helping to spread awareness of not only our foundation, but the importance of heart screening.
Kevin Keegan started his iconic football career in 1968, before moving to join Liverpool in 1971, where he became a legend of the game and club, winning both the FA and European cup as well as the UEFA Cup twice and three First Division titles. During his footballing career, he also played for Southampton, Newcastle United and Hamburger, before taking a step into managerial football, where he took centre stage at Manchester City and even headed the England team. Living such an exciting and fulfilled life, Kevin is passionate about raising awareness for Coronary Heart Disease and other heart conditions, to help people understand the importance of regular screening, with some conditions going unnoticed for years. Kevin in known for aiding and supporting a number of different charities, including appearances at cricket matches for Lord’s Taverners, a youth cricket and disability sports charity set up for young people and the Sussex Cricket Club. Helping to raise money over the years for a number of different charities, we are very proud to welcome Kevin to our family of patrons, all helping to raise money and spread awareness for a condition very close to our hearts.
Kevin is joining a host of famous faces including Paul Ince, Sam Quek and Graeme Sharp, all passionate about spreading the word of Tim’s story and raising awareness to cardiac health issues in people as young as 18.
If you would like to donate to the Tim Cogley Foundation, and help raise money for Cardiac Screening, then please follow the link here, any amount matters and we are extremely grateful!