Liverpool FC welcomed Jeff Stelling as he marches across the country for a fourth time in aid of Prostate Cancer UK and honour of Ray Clemence.

The long-serving TV presenter is tackling four walking marathons in four regions, with his third march taking place on Merseyside on Wednesday.

His route started at Tranmere Rovers and ended with a short stroll across Stanley Park from Goodison Park to Anfield. He also visited Marine AFC and the iconic Aintree Racecourse earlier in the day.

Anfield was a fitting finale on a day that Stelling paid tribute to LFC legend Clemence, who sadly died last year after a long battle with prostate cancer.

Jeff was joined on the walk by Stephen Clemence, Ray’s son, as a wreath was then placed at L4 in memory of the goalkeeping great.

Stelling’s aim is to fund lifesaving research to improve testing, treatments and care for those impacted by the most common cancer in men. 

“One in eight men in the UK will get prostate cancer in their lifetime,” he said. “I deal in stats but that one still shocks me.

“Last year, we lost the great Ray Clemence to prostate cancer. A terrific goalkeeper and a terrific human being. 

“I also lost my mate, Lloyd Pinder, to the disease a few months earlier. I met him on the second day of my very first march for Prostate Cancer UK up in Yorkshire. This highlights once more what an indiscriminate disease this is, and it’s for men like Lloyd and Ray, their families and everyone affected by prostate cancer that we march again.” 

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