Fellow former footballer Kamara says he too goes to take motion.
“I’m going for a scan subsequent Monday,” he instructed Steph’s Packed Lunch on Channel 4 on Wednesday. “We talked about it [dementia] on the programme, I went dwelling and she or he [his wife, Anne] mentioned ‘You’re all blasé aren’t you? You suppose you’ve had a wonderful profession, if all of it ended tomorrow, that might be positive.’
“She mentioned ‘what in regards to the grandkids, what about me? Go and get it checked, there could be one thing you are able to do.”
He added: “It’s a precaution. It’s not a part of the ageing course of… like a great deal of different folks thought you begin to lose your reminiscence, you suppose ‘I’m getting previous’.
“It’s not a case of that… you’re there however you’re not there if you happen to get dementia, which is horrible.”
Like Lineker, Kamara believes heading the ball needs to be banned in coaching for youthful gamers however doesn’t agree it needs to be faraway from the sport general.
“To ban it from the sport itself, it might spoil the sport,” he added.
“It’s not simply the heading of the ball, it’s the collision that’s the issue. I, for one, suppose soccer wouldn’t be soccer with out heading.”