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Morning all,

 

A couple of years back I was deeply saddened to here the news that Anthony Renton was diagnosed with Lukemia.

Time has passed and I always wondered if the lad made a full recovery and is back playing at some level. Seemed like a good prospect from what I heard and would have loved to see him pull on a red shirt. 

 

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.gazettelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/middlesbrough-academy-player-anthony-renton-13376376.amp

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I've not heard anything in a while about him. I know at the time he was still listed on the site as a player and he's not there any more. It's unsurprising that if indeed he's had to put an end to his dream to play that they don't want to make a fuss about it until the lad himself is ready to talk about it. I was thinking could probably private message one of the Gazette lads on Twitter and they might be able to give you some more information but they may have an embargo on talking about it.

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