Chris Kamara has spoken candidly about struggling to come to terms with his recently diagnosed illness, admitting that he feels “like a fraud” while on TV.Kamara – known affectionately as Kammy to football fans – is well known for his hilarious gaffes on live television; including once not realising Portsmouth had a man sent off, despite commentating on the game for Sky.However, the former professional footballer’s live TV career was brought to a halt earlier this year when he was diagnosed with an underactive thyroid, which left him with speech apraxia, a condition that means he can sometimes struggle to talk. READ MORE: Chris Kamara opens up on health battle that made him want to quit TV And, speaking to Dragons Den entrepreneur Stephen Bartlett on his Diary of a CEO podcast, Kammy admitted that he feels “strange” now having stepped back from live sports broadcasting.He explained: “Strange in terms of, I feel a fraud now in terms of broadcasting; I don’t bring to the table what I used to.
So that’s hard, my life away from the screen couldn’t be any better. Grandkids, family, it’s perfect.What is your favourite Chris Kamara moment from his Sky Sports days?
Let us know in the comments section.“I feel I’m doing these programmes and they’re not getting the best of me, but they’re tolerating me, that’s how it feels.”Despite this, the iconic commentator admitted that he had felt humbled by the tribute his colleagues had paid to him when he announced that he would be stepping back from Sky Sports Soccer Saturday in April.Kammy continued: “That tribute that Sky gave me, that’s reserved for someone who passes away isn’t it?Read more on dailystar.co.uk