PFA saddened by the loss of Peter Kay
The PFA is shocked and saddened to hear the tragic news that Peter Kay has died.
Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor has led tributes: "We at the PFA are all shocked and devastated to hear the tragic news of the death of Peter Kay.
"As one of the founders of the Sporting Chance clinic he has helped countless numbers of our members deal with personal problems and get their lives back on track."
The Sporting Chance Clinic is the brainchild of former Arsenal and England captain Tony Adams MBE. Working closely with the PFA, Peter played a central and instrumental role in developing the clinic and helped ensure that Sporting Chance offers the highest level of counselling, rehabilitation and education to both current and former PFA members.
Peter's hard-work and tireless dedication has left a legacy which will continue to provide this much needed support to professional sports people in the future.
Peter will be sadly missed and all at the PFA send their sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Sporting Chance Clinic is one of the world's most innovative centres for the treatment of behavioural problems and is now an integral tool for our members.
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