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Souness’ Tearful Plan After Exiting Punditry

Souness' Tearful Plan After Exiting Punditry

After 15 years with Sky Sports, former Liverpool and Scotland footballer Graeme Souness has left his role as a TV pundit to swim the English Channel for charity. The 70-year-old will raise money for Debra, a charity that supports the 5,000 people in the UK suffering from Dystrophic Recessive Epidermolysis Bullosa, also known as ‘butterfly skin’. Souness was moved to support the charity after meeting 14-year-old Isla Grist from the Black Isle, near Inverness, who suffers from the condition. He aims to raise £1.1m for Debra and will swim the channel alongside Isla’s father, Andy, for the charity’s ‘A Life Free of Pain appeal’.

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