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Fernando Ricksen: Terminally ill Rangers legend calls on fans to attend ‘final night’ as he battles motor neurone disease

talkSPORT Monday, 10 June 2019
Former Rangers player Fernando Ricksen has posted an emotional video on social media calling for fans to turn out for his ‘final night’. Ricksen, 42, is suffering from motor neurone disease and has previously admitted he will spend his final days in St Andrew’s Hospice in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire. The video, posted on a Twitter […]
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Former Rangers star Fernando Ricksen revealed he was suffering from motor neurone disease in 2013.

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