Mick Harford was famed for his aerial power, but finds himself a high-risk for dementia: 'If an illness is connected to heading, I should be tested'

Mick Harford steps inside Harry’s Bar and lets the memories take him back.
‘It used to be called Scott’s,’ he said. ‘When I signed for Luton, this was the first bar I came in. Steve Foster would bring new players here for their initiation on a Tuesday afternoon.
‘A few beers, a few shorts, drinking and a bit of fun. When we won League One under Mike Newell we came here for a celebration. We had some good nights in here.’
By the time he steps back out on to Harpenden High Street, an hour later, Harford has relived various rumbles, the thrill of his England call-ups, trips to Wembley and the... read more

22 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 31
Source: Daily Mail

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