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Ronny Goodlass

Ronny Goodlass

Clubs played for: Everton, NAC Breda, ADO Den Haag, Fulham, Scunthorpe United, Seiko SA, Tranmere Rovers, Barrow (1975-1985)

Born: 1953

Birthplace: Liverpool

Position: Winger

Biography: A winger he played in the Football League between 1975-85. He also played for NAC Breda & ADO Den Haag between 1977-80. He was often known as ' The one handed winger ' after he lost one hand in an accident with a power tool. After his playing career finished he had a spell as a Youth Team Coach at Everton. In 2005 he set up a charity, Health Through Sport which does football coaching with disadvantaged youngsters across Merseyside. He is still with the charity as well as being a match summariser for BBC Radio Merseyside.

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Goodlass, Ronny Liked Ronny as a player and liked him more as a co-commentator on radio merseyside. However recently he has been replaced for most of the matches by former EFC players who are obviously not cut out to be be commentators on radio merseyside. So bring back Ronny so I can enjoy my match commentary. I was a season ticket holder for over 55yrs until we appointed Allardice!!!
12-05-22 Sue Durkin

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