A former Swansea City star is raising awareness about the possible dangers of developing neurological disorders by playing football.
Lenny Johnrose, who is 49, was diagnosed with the terminal illness Motor Neurone Disease (MND) two years ago. Research has shown a possible link between 'heading the ball' and developing MND.
European football's governing body says that it "places the highest priority on player welfare" and has commissioned two studies into the effect of heading the ball.
Symptoms of MND can include weakness in muscles as well as cramps, twitches and slurred speech.
Johnrose's symptoms have stopped him from working, but he remains positive and is determined to enjoy life.
He plans to visit every football league club to raise awareness of the condition.