Amanda Kopel and the family of England 1966 World Cup hero Nobby Stiles have joined forces in the fight for justice for football’s dementia-stricken stars.
The Scottish Football Association is poised to take drastic measures to protect the next generation of players by banning children under 12 from heading the ball in games.
The wife of Dundee United legend Frank Kopel has told the authorities to “sit up and listen” after a new study revealed the link between football and dementia.
A talented Angus man will be treading the boards in his very own ‘Theatre of Dreams’ after landing his first lead role in a musical.
Amanda Kopel has been left “humbled and honoured” after receiving a lifetime achievement award from Alzheimer Scotland.
The Tayside figurehead behind the campaign for free care for under 65s has told of her "disgust" after a council used funding set aside for Frank's Law to cover a deficit.
Dundee United legend Frank Kopel’s widow believes the authorities are finally waking up to the issue of traumatic brain injuries in football.
Amanda Kopel has spoken of her joy at learning how people are already benefiting from Frank’s Law as she collected her British Empire Medal.
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Frank’s Law campaigner Amanda Kopel has told Angus councillors: “The war is not yet over”.